Bromley is a vibrant and bustling town which has undergone significant regeneration in the last few years. It has a vast array of leisure and entertainment facilities as well as an extensive selection of over 400 shops and restaurants. The Bromley North area benefits from a pedestrianised high street, cafes and restaurants-a-plenty.

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About The Area

It is a great place for the young professional with an active nightlife and excellent communication links to the City, but is also fantastic for families with a breadth of local facilities and organisations for children and excellent 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.

Train Stations

Local Schools



Bromley is served by two rail stations: Bromley South station with services to London Victoria, Blackfriars and London St.Pancras. Bromley North station has regular services to London Bridge and Charing Cross via Grove Park. Eurostar services to Brussels and Paris are accessible from Bromley South by connecting to the international service at St.Pancras or Ashford International.  


Bromley is served by many Transport for London services and an Arriva Kent route. These connect it with areas including Beckenham, Bexleyheath, Chislehurst, Croydon, Crystal Palace, Eltham, Sidcup, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.  


  • Biggin Hill airport approx. 4.7 miles  
  • City airport approx. 7.4 miles  
  • Gatwick airport approx. 19.1 miles  
  • Heathrow airport approx. 20.9 miles  

These distances have been calculated using and are as the crow flies from our Bromley Office. 


Bromley has numerous extremely popular schools. Many people move to the area to benefit from the schools. Please note catchment areas and/or entrance examinations may apply.

Primary Schools  

  • Highfield Infant School  
  • St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School  
  • Scotts Park Primary School  
  • Raglan Primary School  
  • St Marks C of E Primary School 

Secondary Schools  

  • Newstead Wood School  
  • St Olave’s Grammar School  
  • Hayes School  
  • Ravensbourne School  
  • Bishop Justus School  
  • Ravens Wood School  
  • Bullers Wood School for girls 

Independent Schools  

  • Babington House  
  • Farringtons School  
  • Breaside Prepratory School  
  • Bickley Park School for Boys  
  • Bromley High School for Girls  
  • Eltham College 


Bromley expanded after the railways arrived in the mid 19th century and has a diverse mix of Victorian, Edwardian and more modern properties. Sought after in Bickley are 1930’s mock Tudor homes built by Frederick Love. Bromley Common is a popular choice among families, with a selection of spacious modern homes, a village community and cricket team. Bromley town centre itself is home to a wide variety of property types from period residences and conversions to new-build apartments and post-war dwellings. With the rapid regeneration of the area, developers have established significant numbers of new developments with turn-key style properties reaching the market. This type of property is particularly popular with those looking to relocate from the City. 

Going Out

Bromley town centre is a popular shopping destination in the South East. The pedestrianised High Street, with its weekly Farmer’s Market and range of co-ordinated events, is complemented by the Glades Shopping Centre. Bromley also has a large central library in the same building as the Churchill Theatre, internet and wifi access, reference library and local studies department. Ripley Arts Centre also showcases amateur art from across the Bromley borough. The centre also offers a wide range of courses and activities. 

For restaurants you really are spoiled for choice. There are plenty of chain restaurants in Bromley town centre to choose from including Pizza Express, Wagamama, Chimichanga, Zizzi, Café Rouge and Belgos. The Five Bells on Bromley Common and the Chatterton Arms are also popular locally. 


Recreational Facilities

  • The Pavillion Leisure Centre houses a fantastic swimming pool with water slides, soft play centre and bowling centre  
  • With all its green space you would expect Bromley to be home to a golf course or two. Some of the more popular include the Bromley Golf Centre, High Elms Golf Course ad Sundridge Park Golf Course which has at its disposal two 18 hole golf courses  
  • Norman Park Athletics Track
  • Virgin Active Private Members Gym with pool, gymnasium equipment and crèche
  • A large number of small local cricket clubs including the Bromley Town Cricket Club, the Bromley Common Cricket Club and Bromley Cricket Club, to mention but a few 
  • Numerous tennis clubs include Bromley Tennis Centre, Sundridge Park Tennis Club and The Park Langley Tennis Club 

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