Waste management Lewisham

Lili Waste is a premier waste management service provider. Starting at £7 per bin we are proud to offer the best customer service while maintaining the lowest rates. With our own private fleet, Lili Waste services all areas in South London, including Lewisham.

Please send an email today or call us now to receive a quote for your business waste, food waste, general waste, glass waste, cardboard collection or any other waste management service. Our team of dedicated experts will be more than eager to offer you our best quote. All our customers receive free waste management bins and if you order your bin before 4pm you will receive your bin the next day!

Business waste services in Lewisham

Lewisham, South London.

Lewisham, South London.

By choosing Lili Waste Services for your business waste collections you are enjoying the best waste management service against the lowest cost. Lili Waste is a direct service provider meaning that we own our fleet. As of this we are able to offer the best service against the lowest cost. We are NOT a broker!

Business waste needs to be removed by a licensed waste management service provider and Lili Waste holds all the certificates and licenses as required by law. An overview of all our waste management licenses may be found here: Certification & Policies.

For our business waste collections in Lewisham we offer the following bins and skips

  • Bin bags

  • 240 litre

  • 360 litre wheelie bin

  • 660 litre

  • 1100 litre

  • Mini/midi/large skips

  • Rear end loader

  • Closed skips.

For more information about our bins and skips please click here.

Glass waste collections in Lewisham

Lili waste offers special glass waste services that allow for the recycling of these materials. Considering the weight, Lili Waste has special bins for glass waste and will collect this during specific designated routes in Lewisham. Please contact us today for more information.

Cardboard collection in Lewisham

Besides general waste and glass waste we also offer cardboard collection services. Due to our dedicated cardboard collection routes you will benefit from scheduled collection times and the lowest rates.

Waste management at Lili Waste means

  • The lowest rates

  • Best customer service

  • Direct service provider

  • NO broker

  • Free bins for our customers

  • We always aim for zero landfill

Lets keep Lewisham clean and let us take care of your waste management

It is most likely to have been founded by a pagan Jute, Leof, who settled (by burning his boat) near St Mary's Church (Ladywell) where the ground was drier, in the 6th century. As to the etymology of the name, Daniel Lysons (1796) wrote:

"In the most ancient Saxon records this place is called Levesham, that is, the house among the meadows; leswe, læs, læse, or læsew, in the Saxon, signifies a meadow, and ham, a dwelling. A Latin legal record, dated 1440, mentions a place in Kent as Levesham which may refer to Lewisham. It is now written, as well in parochial and other records as in common usage, Lewisham."

"Leofshema" was an important settlement at the confluence of the rivers Quaggy (from Farnborough) and Ravensbourne (Caesar's Well, Keston), so the village expanded north into the wetter area as drainage techniques improved.

King Alfred was Lord of the Manor of Lewisham, as is celebrated by a plaque in Lewisham Library.

The Manor of Lewisham, with its appendages of Greenwich and Combe, was given by Elthruda, King Alfred's niece, to the abbey of St. Peter at Ghent, of which Lewisham then became a cell, or an alien priory. This grant is said to have been confirmed by King Edgar in 964, and by Edward the Confessor in 1044, with the addition of many privileges.

In the mid-17th century, the then vicar of Lewisham, Abraham Colfe, built a grammar school, a primary school and six almshouses for the inhabitants.

In the 17th century the Manor of Lewisham was purchased by George Legge, later Baron Dartmouth. His son William was raised by Queen Anne to several positions of honour and trust, and was a member of her privy council; and on 5 September 1711, was ennobled as Viscount Lewisham, and Earl of Dartmouth. His grandson George, Lord Dartmouth, obtained from King Charles II [he had been dead for ages] the privilege of holding a fair twice a year, and a market twice a week, upon Blackheath in the parish. The fair used to be held on 12 May and 11 October, but in 1772 it was discontinued, (except for the sale of cattle) by the Earl of Dartmouth, as lord of the manor. The village of Lewisham had its nucleus in its southern part, around the parish church of St Mary, towards the present site of University Hospital Lewisham. The centre migrated north with the coming of the North Kent railway line to Dartford in 1849, encouraging commuter housing. The Official Illustrated Guide to South-Eastern and North and Mid-Kent Railways of June 1863, by George Measom, describes Lewisham as follows: 'Lewisham Station, situated on the slope of an eminence admist picturesque scenery, beautiful green meadows rising abruptly to the summit of the hill on the left, dotted with handsome residences and gardens, while the Common is seen intersected by various cross roads and studded with country inns and houses on the low ground or valley to the right. The area of the parish is 5,789 acres... Lord of the manor, the Earl of Dartmouth to whom it gives the title Viscount'.

Lewisham was administratively part of Kent until 1889, and then formed part of the Metropolitan Borough of Lewisham in the County of London until 1965.

The town centre was hit by a V-1 flying bomb in 1944: there were over 300 casualties including 51 fatalities, and it devastated the high street, which was fully restored by the mid-1950s. This horrific event is commemorated by a plaque outside the Lewisham Shopping Centre (opened in 1977). The plaque was on the pavement outside the Marks and Spencers store in the main shopping precinct. However, suffering wear and tear, the local authority arranged for it to be mounted to the façade. In 1955 Sainsbury's opened a store in Lewisham which was reported to be Europe's largest self-service supermarket, with 7,500 square feet of retail space, although the one now incorporated in the 1977 shopping centre is much smaller. The area at the north end of the High Street was pedestrianised in 1994. It is home to a daily street market and a local landmark, the clock tower, completed in 1900 to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. The police station, opened in 2004 to replace the station in Ladywell, is officially the largest in Europe.

Lewisham Cricket Club was one of the most prestigious London sides during the Victorian era. From 1864 they played at Lewisham Cricket Ground, which lay north of Ladywell Road, until its closure later in the 19th century. Lewisham Swimming Club was also very successful, with several of its members representing England at water polo and other gymkhana events. During the First World War, Lewisham Hospital's infirmary became the Lewisham Military Hospital, and during the Second World War the hospital was hit by a V-1 flying bomb, which destroyed two wards, injured 70 people and killed one nurse.

Lewisham is also the site of one of the worst disasters on British Railways in the 20th century. On 4 December 1957 a crowded steam-hauled passenger express headed for the Kent coast overran signals at danger in thick fog near St. John's station and crashed into a stationary electric train for the Hayes branch line. The force of the impact brought down an overhead railway bridge onto the wreckage below. An electric multiple unit about to cross the bridge towards Nunhead managed to pull up in time. Ninety passengers and crew died in the accident.

In 1977, the Battle of Lewisham (actually in New Cross) saw the biggest street battle against fascists since the Battle of Cable Street in 1936. Over 10,000 people turned out to oppose a National Front march which was organised on the back of increasing electoral success at that time.

The Docklands Light Railway was extended to Lewisham in 1999.

In the 21st century, Lewisham has seen regeneration including the construction of several high-rise residential buildings around Loampit Vale and Molesworth Street.

In such a beautiful area as Lewisham, Lili Waste is proud to offer the best business waste services available.

Source: Wikipedia

Besides Lewisham we also offer waste management services in Bromley, Eltham, Blackheath, Brixton, Camberwell, Battersea, Penge, Beckenham, West Wickham, Crystal Palace, Sydenham, South Norwood, West Norwood and Herne Hill.

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