New Police Station built on Church Hill (Opened by C. Lea Wilson)
Trees on Church Hill removed for development. 'The Pound' - foot of Church Hill removed.First Edition of T.W. Thornton's 'Beckenham Directory'.
Beckenham Junction Station re-built.
Bertie Almshouses 31/33, Bromley Road, built.House in Wickham Road (from 44 upwards) built.
Croydon Road and Alexander Recreation Grounds opened.
Catford Loop Line developed.
Beckenham Urban District Council formed.
Houses in Oakwood Avenue started.
Love Lane' (Burnhill Road to Wickham Road) closed.'Clock House' demolished.
Toll Gate - Hardings Lane - demolished.
Electric Lighting inaugurated. G.P.O. built in Albemarle Road.Further development of houses in Oakwood Avenue. 'Elm Cottage (High Street) used for Volunteer Corps.
Beckenham Road Baths opened.
Parish Church Tower completed.
New Beckenham Station built.
St. Hilda's Home (Crescent Road) built.
First "Aerial Post".
Churchfields Recreation Ground opened
Park langley Golf Club formed-Houses built in Queen's Road. (£450 each!!)
Langley Mansion burnt down.
'The Pavilion' Cinema in High Street opened.
Girls County School in Lennard Road opened. Now called Cator Park School for Girls
'Village Place' in High Street demolished.
Elmers End Housing Estate built.
'Kelsey Mansion' demolished.'Langley Court' taken over by Wellcome Foundation Laboratories
Houses in Bromley Road (No's. 144-184) built.
Houses in The Drive (down to the stream) built.
Gazebo removed from Church Hill to Mr. Thornton's garden. Further development of Elmers End Estate and Upper Elmers End Road. Shortlands Housing Estate developed.
Old Rectory demolished for erection of Town Hall.
Girls' County School enlarged.
Shops in High Street (old Nos-06 etc.) demolished.
Houses at top end of St. James's Avenue built.
Beckenham Place Park purchased by the L.C.C.
Houses in Bromley Road (Nos.51-65) built.
Houses in Scotts Lane built.
Park Langley Garage built.
'The Regal' Cinema opened.Block of shops Woolworth's etc. built. Also Shops at College Parade, Eimers End, and Croydon Parade. Beckenham Heights Estate developed
Work started on Town Hall. Beckenham and Penge Grammar School for Boys built.
Town Hall opened by H.R.H. The Duke of Kent.
St. John's Church, Eden Park, built. Development of The Mead, Beckenham, Downsbridge Road and Coney Hall Estate.