Kathy, Kevin and Peter
Thank you for visiting our web site. Following the elections of May 2014, your local councillors for the Penge & Cator Ward on Bromley Council are Kathy Bance MBE, Peter Fookes and Kevin Brooks. We are proud that you have again chosen Labour Councillors to represent you.
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Congratulations to Bromley Football Club in Hayes Lane who beat Spennymoor Town last night to make the Semi Finals of the FA Trophy. They are at home to Gateshead on Saturday at 3pm in the first leg with the second game being in the North East next Saturday. A trip to Wembley awaits the winners in May.
A planning application to rebuild the Penge Post Office in the High Street with the addition of 9 flats (6 X 1 bed and three studios/bedsits) is going before a Plans sub committee on Thursday week at 7-00pm at Bromley Civic Centre. Officers are recommending refusal on grounds of overdevelopment. There have been no objections to the scheme to date.
Council officers have just informed us that a burst water main in Anerley Rd near the junction with Versailles Rd (pictured above) is likely to cause traffic disruption for the rest of the week. SGN works which were to have taken place in the vicinity have now been postponed.
This will take place on Wednesday 21st March at 8pm at Beckenham Public Halls (pictured below) in Bromley Rd, Beckenham. The guest speaker is Henry Dom from the London Ambulance Service.
Planning permission has been granted for 4 X 1 bed and 2 X 2 bed flats at this site behind the shops at Clock House adjacent to Beckenham Rd tram stop. The site, pictured above has had a long planning history.