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Scrap Car Collection And Recycling Kingston upon Thames

At Scrap Car Surrey we collect scrap cars and vans throughout the Kingston upon Thames area. We collect and dispose of your scrap vehicle totally free without any hidden costs and pay cash for your car, the price we offer you is a price against the scrap weight of your car. We will collect your scrap vehicle for free and recycle it legally and professionally and issue you with a DVLA certificate of distruction if required.

We collect :

Scrap Vehicle Collection - MOT Failures Recycled - End Of Life Vehicles - Write offs - Tax Expired Vehicles - Accident Damaged Vehicles - Unwanted Vehicles Removal. All Non Scrap Vehicles And Mot Failures Bought For Cash.

 

All your questions answered as we talk you through the paperwork. Scrapping your car for cash is very easy, you simply need your V5c registration document, we wiil fill in section 9 (yellow section) with our details and you post this part to DVLA Swansea. Once your car has been taken to the (ATF) Authorised Teatment Facility this is when a DVLA Certificate of distruction (COD) can be issued if required.

Finding a covinient collection time that suits really is our aim, daytime evenings or weekends, whatever is is the right time for you we will do our upmost to accomodate you. Just give us a call on07936 586864 to discuss your requirements.

Give us a call about your scrap car or van or fill in the online form with your details (and pleas tell us the model of the car that you want to scrap), once submitted we will contact you by phone and disscuss your requirements and arrange for your vehicle to be removed for recycling at a convinient time that suits you. We aim to reply to your online application the same day.

 

 

If you require a prompt scrap car collection in Kingston, please telephone us on the following:

Telephone: 07936 586864

(Monday to Sunday 8am - 7pm)

Our Services cover the county of Surrey. Our aim is to help keep our environment clutter and pollution free. Contact us for the free collection and disposal of your unwanted or scrap vehicle and Mot failures.

 

About Kingston upon Thames : Population 43,013

Kingston upon Thames, frequently known as Kingston, is a town in Greater London, England, 10 miles southwest of Charing Cross. It is the administrative centre of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, and identified as a major metropolitan centre in the London Plan.

Kingston is about 33 feet (10 m) above sea level. It is notable as the ancient market town in which Saxon kings were crowned. Kingston was part of a large ancient parish in the county of Surrey and the town was an ancient borough, reformed in 1835. Since 1965 Kingston has been a part of Greater London. It has been the location of Surrey County Hall from 1893, extraterritorially in terms of local government administration. Most of the town centre is part of the KT1 postcode area, but some areas north of Kingston railway station have the postcode KT2 instead. The 2011 Census recorded the population of the town itself, comprising the four wards of Canbury, Grove, Norbiton and Tudor, as 43,013.

Kingston was built at the first crossing point of the Thames upstream from London Bridge and a bridge still exists at the same site. It was this 'great bridge' that gave it its early importance in the 13th century. Kingston was occupied by the Romans, and later it was either a royal residence or a royal demesne. There is a record of a council held there in 838, at which Egbert of Wessex, King of Wessex, and his son Ethelwulf of Wessex were present. In the Domesday Book it was held by William the Conqueror. Its domesday assets were: a church, five mills, four fisheries worth 10s, 27 ploughs, 40 acres (16 ha) of meadow, woodland worth six hogs. It rendered £31 10s (£31.5).

In 1730 the chapel containing the royal effigies collapsed, burying the sexton, who was digging a grave, the sexton's daughter and another person. The daughter survived this accident and was her father's successor as sexton. Kingston sent members to early Parliaments, until a petition by the inhabitants prayed to be relieved from the burden. Another chapel, the collegiate chapel of St Mary Magdalene, The Lovekyn Chapel, still exists. It was founded in 1309 by a former mayor of London, Edward Lovekyn. It is the only private chantry chapel to survive the Reformation.

With the coming of the railway in the 1830s, there was much building development to the south of the town. Much of this became the new town of Surbiton, but the Surbiton Park estate, built in the grounds of Surbiton Place in the 1850s, remained part of Kingston during the period of the Municipal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames.

A permanent military presence was established in the borough with the completion of The Barracks in 1875.

The town is served by two South Western Railway routes advertised from London as to Shepperton and to Strawberry Hill, though the second route is a complete loop. Three railway stations serve the town on this line from London Waterloo station: Kingston, Norbiton and Hampton Wick. Norbiton is east of the town centre near Kingston Hospital, and Hampton Wick is to the west across Kingston Bridge. New Malden, Wimbledon and Richmond upon Thames are on the lines. A primary stop exists on the nearby main (express) line in nearby Surbiton which has a peak hour non-stopping service to Waterloo. The town led to the South Western Main Line being in Surbiton as much of Kingston's wealth and status were as a direct consequence of the road and stagecoach network developed as a result of its crossing on the Thames. Local landowners would not consent to the line coming through their land so in 1838 the rail station was built a few miles out at Surbiton, which was known as Kingston Upon Railway and led to the development of Surbiton. Kingston recognised the need for a railway, and in the 1860s Kingston opened. However, due to the eastern landowners' resistance, the line had to take a longer route via Richmond upon Thames. Only later did the line receive all the relevant permissions for a closer link, connecting to London Waterloo via Norbiton.

The A3 road runs from central London towards Kingston before by-passing the town to the east. The "Kingston bypass road" was one of the first arterial roads to be built in Britain. It was originally proposed in 1912 to relieve the pressure of traffic in the town centre, but World War I delayed the start of work until 1924. It was opened by Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin on 28 October 1927. Kingston is also served by the A240, the A307 (Portsmouth Road), A308 and A310.

Kingston has a large number of car parks, connected by a one-way system. It is also one of the main centres of the south-west London bus network.

Compared with other outer London boroughs and towns in Surrey, a high proportion of trips are made by bicycle in Kingston. The 2011 census recorded that 2.8% of journeys to work were made by bicycle.

 

 

 

 

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