Boroughs | Bromley




Map Key

  • Investment Opportunities
  • Opportunity Areas
  • Area of Intensification
  • Central activity Zone

Town Centres

  • International or metropolitan
  • Major
  • District
  • Borough Boundary
  • Green Belt
  • Metropolitan open land / Other open spaces
  • Rail station
  • Railway track
  • Foreshore
  • Water

The London Borough of Bromley is London’s largest borough occupying 64 square miles, much of which is green space. Bromley’s enviable location makes it an attractive place for the 330,000 residents—easy access in to central London from many of the towns for work, as well as direct links in to the surrounding Kent countryside for leisure. Bromley has a rich cultural offer, from a Roman Villa to West End shows. As the largest London borough, there is room to be innovative and ambitious, for new homes and new employment. Bromley is the very best of town and country.


Population projections 2021 333,651

Population projections 2050 371,584


London plan new homes (ten-year target) 7,740

Building council homes for Londoners (four-year programme) 817

  • Largest London borough
  • 51 per cent of the borough is Green Belt
  • 22 people per hectare, compared to a London average of 56.6


Sarah Bowrey, Director of Housing, Planning and Regeneration

“Bromley as a prosperous borough where businesses thrive, new businesses aspire to locate, and our residents experience high levels of employability”

  • Our residents have access to the right opportunities for skills and education that will ensure healthy employment

  • Our businesses have access to the right employment spaces in the right places with local business clusters which encourage enterprise and facilitate sustained growth

  • Our borough is an exciting, attractive, healthy, sustainable and welcoming place where businesses thrive, people aspire to live and visit, and new enterprises seek to invest

  • Our High Streets are places where people want to work, visit and live

  • Our residents and business community are well connected through diverse physical and digital infrastructure networks which underpins mobility across the whole borough

  • Our cultural and tourism industries continue to grow and diversify, and our unique historical features are promoted for the world to see

  • Our green economy will help to sustain and advance economic, environmental and social wellbeing