Anerley is the home of Bromley's first ever bike hangar.

The new bike storage facility was installed on Tudor Road, with Crystal Palace councillors Angela Wilkins and Richard Williams present.

With space to store up to six bikes, the hangar was proudly named after a 'local hero' following a competition by Bromley Council, who financed the green initiative.

With numerous nominations including ‘Paxton’ after Joseph Paxton who designed the original Crystal Palace; ‘Seymour’ after the infamous cat who was lost then found, 'McKenzie' was chosen.

Named after Don McKenzie, he is a local retired man who helps drive community projects.

Tudor road resident Alex Baines-Buffery, who helped the campaign for the new hanger, said: "I am really grateful to everyone who has helped make installation of this cycle storage a reality.

"It will make life more pleasant for everyone who uses it."

It costs £40 - £60 annually for bike storage in the hangar, which was officially installed on January 31.