Town centre planning
Bexley's main towns are Bexleyheath, Crayford, Erith, Sidcup and Welling. They lie at the heart of local communities.
They provide a wide range of goods and services and are generally the most accessible locations in the borough. The Council is committed doing what it can to promote the viability and vitality of each town centre to make sure they provide adequate local services as well as safe and pleasant public spaces for people to enjoy.
Accessibility and facilities
Most of the malls and supermarkets in our towns offer wide aisles, level access and a good standard of customer toilets.
Direct Enquiries is a nationwide access register which enables traders to promote their more accessible outlets. It also enables shoppers to register complaints wherever they find access difficult or unsatisfactory amenities.
Shopmobility provides information for those shoppers who have difficulties in accessing shops.
Specific information can be found within each town's section of the website. The Transport for London website provides up-to-date maps and information on all types of public transport for the local area. Please also check parking in Bexley.
Refuse and recycling
Bexley businesses selling, preparing or serving food are being encouraged to take advantage of the recycling service provided by the Council. This initiative, makes it easier for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to recycle food waste by providing them with wheeled bins, kitchen caddies and liners, alongside their regular weekly collections.
Town Centre Manager - Bexleyheath
For more information about the use of the pedestrianised area in the Broadway for trading, promotions, entertainment, etc. please contact the Bexleyheath Town Centre Manager under related contacts.
- Bexleyheath Town Centre Manager Full details for Bexleyheath Town Centre Manager
- Economic Development and Town Centres team Full details for Economic Development and Town Centres team