Monthly Archives: July 2013

Agreement reached on new Library building for Penge

AGREEMENT REACHED ON NEW LIBRARY BUILDING FOR PENGE We have just heard that agreement has been reached with Edginton’s for the building in Green lane to be taken over by Bromley to become the new Penge Library. That is fantastic … Continue reading

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Bromley Youth Activities

More free activities this week in our parks and at Streetwise: Monday, 29th July Royston Playing Fields 2pm – 6pm. Tuesday, 30 July Drop in Advice Session at Streetwise in Maple Road 2pm – 5pm Tuesday, 30 July Youth Session … Continue reading

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Application for Two,Two Bedroom Houses at the Rear of 11 Provincial Terrace Rejected

A planning application for two, two bedroom houses at the rear of 11 Provincial Terrace, Green Lane (By the side of the railway bridge) was rejected last night at a meeting of the Plans 4 sub committee.  Councillor Kathy Bance … Continue reading

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Labour Oppose Adult Social Care Privatisation

A report went to the Executive Committee of Bromley Council last night seeking authority to market test the remaining in house services which Bromley Tories have not put out to tender.  Peter Fookes spoke against this decision.  He highlighted the … Continue reading

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Response to twitter question regarding future of Royston Children’s centre

This is too long to fit into twitter, so – Bromley’s Assistant Director for Education has told me that: Our legal department has advised that the Royston Academy lease of 125 years will exclude the Children and Family Centre premises. … Continue reading

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Barclays Closure in Penge High Street

We have been contacted by Barclays with regard to the closure on October 11th of their branch at 119 High Street.  Ironically, Penge has not been doing too badly during the recession but this is  something that we could have … Continue reading

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Former Penge Police Station Update

The Council last night resolved to contest the appeal brought by Milton Lloyd Ltd on the basis of non determination of the application.  We had previously asked them to reduce the number of proposed residential units from five one bed … Continue reading

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