Trust F Smith & Son Removal firm to help you move to any property in Bromley
Removal Company for Bromley for over 75 Years
F Smith and son based in Croydon have been moving individuals and families to and from Bromley for over 75 years, experienced in delivering furniture to the many notable buildings, roads and areas within Bromley. If you are moving to Bromley for the first time or just moving round the corner within Bromley, F Smith and son are one of the most trusted and oldest removals firms in the area.
If you are moving in Bromley then contact F Smith & Son for a competitive quote for your relocation. We specialise in Local, Nationwide, European and Worldwide removals as well as export packing and containerised furniture storage.
We can handle all aspects of moving services, Piano Moving, Difficult Access, specialist packing for fragile items & Antiques. If you need more help and advice try our FAQ page or get some packing hints and tips
Proud members of The British Association Of Removers and certainly one of the more accreditted removals companies in Bromley London.
Bromley is the largest town or district in southeast London, local council of the London Borough of Bromley. Bromley has a number of affluent areas and is regarded as being one of the better-off London Boroughs. Bromley South is full of mostly modern purpose-built flats. Sundridge Park is where some of the most expensive houses are found, with large, detached Twenties homes in Bickley. There are a number of gated communities within the borough, most noticeably Keston Park , Farnborough Park and Bickley Park . Bromley has numerous outstanding state schools ( including grammar ) and is home to Bromley College of Further & Higher Education. There are many independent schools within the London Borough of Bromley, including Eltham College and Bromley High. The town has a large retail area, including a pedestrianised High Street and the Intu Bromley centre (the “Glades” until 2013), the main shopping mall. Bromley town centre sits on a ridge and Church House Gardens is an attractive hillside park behind the Churchill Theatre with a skateboard park, children’s playground and tennis courts. South of the town there is Norman Park, with an athletics track, and the wilder open spaces of Bromley Common.
Moving to Bromley is very popular for young families from all over London because there is a good supply of small houses, a quick and easy commute to central London and good schools. A £90 million scheme to rejuvenate Bromley South Central has started. When complete there will be new housing, a multiplex cinema, a hotel and a collection of cafés and restaurants.