Friday, May 4, 2018

The Conservatives have retained control of Bromley Council.

Tomorrow is May 3, when voters across London will be casting their ballots in local elections.

Strikes over reduced rest days and new rosters are limiting a transport service for the borough’s most vulnerable residents until Friday (March 30).

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has allocated £11.6 million to be split between London boroughs for transport projects.

Bromley Council has rejected plans to build a 10-storey academy near a busy intersection, to the delight of a nearby community group.

A Bromley south residents group are protesting an application to create a 10-storey academy near a busy intersection which councillors will decide on next week.

A woman with incurable and debilitating pain is petitioning the prime minister to reform the disability benefit system for those suffering from ‘invisible’ illnesses.

The meeting comes in the run up to setting the council’s budget

The Doggy Bakery made the treats for last week’s charity event

The Bexley and Bromley assembly member has leapt to the defence of the the cab firm

Stephen Carr stood down after 14 years last week

Pupils showed the Tory MP the school’s new allotment garden

Transport for London said the cab app has demonstrated a “lack of corporate responsibility”

The Beckenham MP revealed all four of his children had been “hassled” because of his role in politics

The new museum will see part of St George’s Chapel demolished

He is expected to hand in his resignation tomorrow

No concerns have been flagged by the borough’s housing associations thus far

The application on Orchard Road has already been declined once before

Some 12 MPs wrote a six-page letter to rail minister Paul Maynard in response to a recent consultation

The council has stated the nurseries don’t generate enough income to keep running

King’s college Hospital Trust removed cladding as a precaution at its Denmark Hill site in south London

The project was described as ‘exemplary’ by Heritage Lottery Fund

A motion noting “dismay” at the mayor’s decision not to attend a scrutiny meeting was backed by London Assembly members

The mayor says residents in Bromley and Bexley are set to benefit

Tory and Labour councillors approved the draft local plan

The plan covers areas including housing, open space and town centres

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