Moving and Living in Sidcup is a great commuter town primarily due to the improved traffic, public spaces and shop fronts making the high street a more attractive place for shoppers delivering a boost to local business. Queen Marys Hospital will become one of the first ‘community-facing’ hospitals of its kind in the country.
Helping families & individuals Move to Sidcup in Kent
Sidcup is located in Greater London/North Kent in the London Borough Of Bexley. The area is popular with commuters due to it’s close proximity to central London whilst remaining a Green and leafy suburb. The town originated as a Hamlet on the road between London and Maidstone (A20/M20). Sidcup has many parks and open spaces, a large hospital (Queen Mary’s Hospital), a large supermarket and leisure centre as well as traditional high street shops. Schools in Sidcup fall under the Bexley Local Education Authority.
A wide variety of properties can be found in Sidcup mainly consisting of large Victorian and Edwardian properties alongside typical 1930s suburbia, primarily occupied semi-detached and detached housing.