|Population||10,910 (2011 Census. Blendon and Penhill Ward)|
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|Ceremonial county||Greater London|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
It is probably named after the Bladindon family who owned land in the area. Blendon Hall was built in 1763, but was sold to a local housing developer in 1929 and eventually demolished to make way for suburban housing. Today the area is a middle-class residential district with a small row of shops along the western stretch of Blendon Road.
Albany Park is served by four Transport for London bus services.
- 132 to North Greenwich via Eltham and to Bexleyheath (Weekend 24 Hour Service)
- B13 to New Eltham and to Bexleyheath
- B14 to Orpington via Sidcup and to Bexleyheath
- N21 to Trafalgar Square via Eltham, Lewisham and New Cross and to Bexleyheath (Night Service)
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