Council seeks views on its Bromley town centre development plans

PUBLISHED: 12:00 30 July 2018

Residents’ views are sought on the content of the masterplan. Picture: Bromley Council

Residents’ views are sought on the content of the masterplan. Picture: Bromley Council


Bromley Council are seeking residents’ views on its draft plan for developments in the town centre.

The masterplan will guide the location, mix and amount of development that will be expected on the large site, and will be a material consideration for planning applications.

Residents are invited to share their views on the content of the plan on the different parts of the site, and an exhibition held at Glades Shopping Centre will provide an opportunity to allow for this.

Staff from the council’s renewal team will be at the event, which will be held on the first floor outside Holland and Barrat, to answer any questions.

It will take place on August 1 and 2, from 10am - 4pm.

1 comment

  • This new proposed development is not progress its destruction. I don't think people realise how massive this so called development will be, all the way from Churchill theatre along the back of shops on way to metro bank, along Elmfield rd and down to Bromley south knocking down shops opposite the station in the process. And god knows what will happen to Dysart surgery! Think of the extra pressure on local services; water supply, doctors, hospital, nurseries and schools. Never mind the traffic and parking problems. Bromley will be a building site for 20 years. Get your objections in now and write to the council.

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