Brilliant Bexley is THE place to come and live!

A new report confirms what we’ve always known – that Bexley really is a brilliant place to live.

The report by My London News shows that, with low crime, great parks and below average house prices, Bexley is fast becoming an increasingly popular place to live.

Among the 11 reasons given for why Bexley is a brilliant place to live is the fact the Borough has over 100 parks, including Danson Park with the 200 year old Charter Oak and historic venues like Hall Place and the Red House.

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The report also cites leisure centres, a thriving arts and crafts scene and the fact Bexley is London’s top Borough for renewable energy consumption for why the Borough is THE place to live.

Leader of the London Borough of Bexley, Cllr Teresa O’Neill OBE, welcomed the report:

“As a residents of Bexley, my fellow Councillors and I have always known what a great place we live in which we also have the honour of representing and leading.

We have always had a positive and ambitious vision for our Borough, focusing on what matters to residents and it is great that this is recognised by independent reports.

This latest testament to the unrivalled opportunities that are on offer in Bexley follows a recent report concluding the Borough has a strong, well led Council, which has a clear vision for the future. It just underlines why we all want to #DoItForBexley.”

Bexley is also London’s number one Borough for recycling, with an “Outstanding” Children’s services team, a high employment rate and one of London’s lowest rates of child poverty.

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