The London Borough of Bexley is an area and London borough in south-east London, forming part of Outer London. It has a population of around 250,000 the main area consist settlements of the postcodes of Welling, Sidcup, Bexleyheath, Erith and Crayford.
Only 2 centuries ago most of Bexley Heath was an area of large-open uncultivated land, until the year of 1894 when the two words were put together to form Bexleyheath.
Bexley has over 100 parks and is one of the greenest boroughs in the capital. You can visit to see 200-year-old oak tree and check out famous historic house at Danson Park or do a morning stroll around the amazingly landscaped gardens at Dartford's Hall Palace.
Bexley is one of London's greenest suburbs. It is even more than one way. As well as the massive number of parks, it's holding top position for borough for renewable energy consumption (over 50 percent), according to a 2019 study by London Statistic Institute.