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Chislehurst and Sidcup Urban District

Chislehurst and Sidcup
Area
 • 1951 8,959 acres (36.3 km2)
 • 1961 8,959 acres (36.3 km2)
Population
 • 1931 20,493 (equivalent area)
 • 1961 86,892
History
 • Created 1934
 • Abolished 1965
 • Succeeded by London Borough of Bexley
London Borough of Bromley
Status Urban district, civil parish

Chislehurst and Sidcup Urban District was a local government district and civil parish in north west Kent, England from 1934 to 1965.

It was formed in 1934 from the former area of Chislehurst Urban District, Sidcup Urban District and part of Bromley Rural District.[1]

In 1965 the parish and urban district were abolished and the settlements split again so Chislehurst became part of the London Borough of Bromley while Sidcup and North Cray formed part of the London Borough of Bexley in Greater London.

References

  1. ^ Vision of Britain - Chislehurst and Sidcup UD

External links

  • Ideal Homes - London Borough of Bexley
  • Vision of Britain - Historic boundaries


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