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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SGN will be working in the High Street from Thursday 1st to Monday 5th March in the stretch between Mosslea and Kingswood Roads (pictured below).
Bromley Football Club, based in Hayes Lane (pictured below) near Norman Park entertain Spennymoor Town at 3pm on Saturday for a place in the Semi-Finals of the FA Trophy. For more info, please go to http://www.bromleyfc.tv
Bromley Tories look set to increase the council tax by 4% next Monday at the annual Council budget setting meeting at 7pm at Bromley Civic Centre. Amongst the issues that we will be questioning them on are the loss of police officers and police community support officers in the borough since 2010 and the cost to the public purse of the collapsed scheme for a Bullers Wood School for Boys. We are also raising the lack of cardboard recycling and drain cleaning in the borough. The meeting is open to the public and Bromley Civic Centre is pictured below.
A planning application has been received to turn the ground floor of the former Clubtek Music accessories shop into a bar at 5 to 7 Croydon Rd. The proposal is to open from 9-00am to midnight seven days a week. The site (pictured below) has been empty for sometime.
Planning permission has been refused by officers at the Hemming’s Fishing shop (pictured below) at 309-311 Beckenham Rd near Tesco Express. Officers refused the proposed four storey building which would have seen the shop rebuilt and six two bedroom flats on the grounds of overdevelopment.
This free half term event takes place at St George’s Church Hall in Albemarle Rd, Beckenham from 10-00am until 8-00pm on Tuesday. It is being organised by Beckenham and West Wickham Model Railway Club. For more information, please go to http://www.bwwmrc.co.uk