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4 Lidesgy Close London SE28 0GR
Suya Takeaway specialises in African takeaway, serving a range of dishes including and Popular Dishes.
The restaurant is located at 4 Lidesgy Close, London, Kent SE28 0GR.
You can now order takeaway online from our menu.
Delivery Distance : 2 miles
Delivery Charge : £0
Minimum Order : £15
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SE28 South London Thamesmead
Thamesmead is a district of South London,, located in the Boroughs of Greenwich and Bexley.
Thamesmead is the name given to a group of disparate mainly social housing developments built from the late 1960s onwards mostly on former marshland on the southern banks of the River Thames between the more established towns of Woolwich and Belvedere. Originally planned to have 60,000-100,000 residents, it is now estimated to be on target for a final population of around 50,000 people.
It has five distinct areas:
Thamesmead South is in Bexley and is the location of the original development built in the late 1960s to early 1970s. The buildings are almost entirely of concrete, in a Cubist/Brutalist/Mordernist style, and include a number of high-rise blocks. It is east of Harrow Mannor Way (A2041) and south of the A2016.
Thamesmead Central is in Greenwich and was first developed in the early 1980s in the ring between the A206 and A2041. It originally consisted of large, sprawling, concrete and red brick, eight- and nine-storey estates overlooking the A2041, and three-storey red-brick town houses. It has spread west of the A2041 and now also includes a number of red and yellow brick homes built from the 1990s onwards.
Thamesmead North is split between Bexley & Greenwich and is north of the A2016 and east of the A2041. Built from the 1970s onwards, it was initially made up of town houses in grey brick; more recent builds are in red & yellow brick.