Bexleyheath is the borough's strategic town centre and one of the most economically successful town centres in London.
It provides a wide range of convenience and comparison shopping, leisure and community facilities in a safe and pleasant environment.
Bexleyheath offers you the best of town and country, only 30 minutes on the train to central London and a few minutes' drive to Kent, the Garden of England.
It is a large, bustling town centre with a pedestrianised area bordered by the busy Broadway Shopping Centre and Broadway Square centre.
In Bexleyheath you will find everything you need - undercover shopping with all the 'high street' names you'd expect, a wealth of independent shops and businesses along a traditional high street, a nine screen cinema, 28-lane bowling alley, bars and restaurants.
Bexleyheath is easily accessible from M25 and A2 (Black Prince Interchange), and is easy to get to by public transport with over 110 buses an hour passing through from south east London and the Kent countryside. Four trains an hour link Bexleyheath and Barnehurst stations to central London. There are over 4000 car parking spaces with dedicated areas and car parks for disabled drivers.
An average of 170,000 people a week visit the town, one of the safest in London.
The Council's main offices, magistrates' court and Metropolitan Police Divisional HQ are also located in the town centre.
More information about Bexleyheath
For more information about the Broadway Shopping Centre, visit its website (see right hand menu) to keep up-to-date with the latest news, special offers, events, as well as general information about facilities, parking and opening hours.
For a larger map of Bexleyheath town centre please select the image at the top of this page.
Public transport and parking
Transport for London's spider maps (use the Bexley bus routes link on the right) provide clear and up-to-date information on the local bus routes.
Please note that these maps are designed to be printed for large posters. If you would like to print a small area of a map, select that area (eg using the snapshot tool in Adobe Reader) and chose to print the selected area.
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