Bromley has a population of 312,000 and it the largest borough in greater London. The borough is historically a market town but has been a part of London for over 100 years. In recent times Bromley has become more renowned for its modern shopping facilities. Half of the borough is covered by green belt countryside, the largest area of green space in London. It is a gateway to the Kent countryside and only 12 miles away from the London city center. more
House prices in Bromley are still under the average Greater London level standing at £318,395 although the number of sold properties in the area is above the average. There is an unusual divide within the Bromley borough in terms of relative affluence. The Southern area of Crystal Palace and Norwood are poorer areas and full of young people looking for cheaper housing. On the other hard the North being home to Farnborough and Petts Wood have a more middle class cliental and resident population.
Although the majority of the area. The borough is typically divided into two parts. The northern urban area bordering the Lewisham borough and the southern more suburban area of Bromley, where there is plenty of countryside and woodland for people keen on the outdoors. Daytrips in Bromley are very popular and especially to the Crystal Palace Park with a large maze and Dinosaur area, makes it a fantastic family day trip.
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