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Bexleyheath, London Employment Information

Bexleyheath Overview Bexleyheath is an important town centre in London Borough of Bexley – a busy suburb sited roughly ...

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Bexleyheath, South East/Southern, DA68AS
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Dartford, South East/Southern, DA1 4BF
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Bexleyheath Overview

Bexleyheath is an important town centre in London Borough of Bexley – a busy suburb sited roughly 20 km from Charing Cross. Ranked among London's most economically rewarding town centres, Bexleyheath thrives on business generated by the retail and services sector. Home to a multitude of retail establishments, supermarkets, restaurants, pubs, leisure, entertainment and sport facilities, Bexleyheath also is replete with other community facilities. Victoria, Peckham Rye, Cannon Street, Charing Cross, Gravesend, Dartford as well as other local town centres are reachable by train or bus. However, public transport and parking reportedly are expensive.

Several churches, few parks and secondary schools, and a couple of other historical structures are also located in Bexleyheath.

Bexleyheath Job Opportunities

Jobs in Bexleyheath are mostly generated by the retail and service sectors. There are quite a few fashion, clothing and sportswear retailer outlets here, which is why retail jobs are popular in Bexleyheath. Health, hair and beauty salons, restaurants and the Marriott Hotel also offer jobs in Bexleyheath. Banks, real estate and law firms in this town centre also offer job opportunities in the respective sectors, such as legal jobs..

Bexleyheath Employment Trends

The award-wining Bexleyheath Town Centre Revitalisation scheme has rejuvenated the space – facilitating access, regulating traffic and making commutes safer. Reports reveal that the scheme has been received well by local businesses and is bound to enhance future prospects. As a part of the scheme a live public transport information system has been installed at the town centre. Earlier this year, Tesco decided to pull out of Bexleyheath; however, the spruced-up infrastructure and development plans are likely to attract new businesses into this suburb.

A new Italian restaurant with a £1 million investment reportedly created 35 jobs a few months ago, while the new Peacocks store at the Broadway Shopping Centre promised 11 new jobs in Bexleyheath. The 5000 plus sq. ft. outlet, offering value for money clothing, is also expected to boost the local economy. Job opportunities are available, but the competition can prove challenging.

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