Grab Lorry in Foots Cray
Foots Cray is an area of South East London, England, within the London Borough of Bexley. Prior to 1965 it was in the historic county of Kent. It is located south-east of Sidcup, north of Orpington and north west of Swanley.
It took its name from Godwin Fot, a local Saxon landowner recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086, and from the River Cray that passes through the village. It lay on the old Maidstone Road (now bypassed by the A20 road) leading from London to north Kent. Until the 20th century, Foots Cray dominated the nearby, less ancient hill-top hamlet of Sidcup. The combined area was designated as the Urban District of Foots Cray in 1902. Soon, however, the two settlements’ fortunes were reversed, as Foots Cray’s traditional industries declined after the First World War, and Sidcup grew rapidly as a commuter town after a railway was built linking it to central London. In 1921 this change was reflected in the renaming of Foots Cray Urban District to Sidcup Urban District. In 1965 both areas became part of the London Borough of Bexley.
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Why choose Grab Lorry in Foots Cray?
Digging out foundations or re-surfacing a driveway? Our grab loader vehicle hire service makes inert waste collection effortless.
Our grab lorry can offer a much easier service for builders/landscapers when they are carrying out big jobs.
Material can be stockpiled on site and the grab wagon can arrive at a time the customer would prefer to remove all muck away with minimal effort. All material that is removed from site is took to a relevant destination.
• Builders Waste
• Inert Spoil
• Green Waste
If we have a load of hardcore from any job, the material is recycled for future jobs.