Monthly Archives: February 2015

Crystal Palace Exclusivity Agreement Won’t be Extended

The London Borough of Bromley has released the following News Release after the ZhongRong Group and LBB failed to reach on a number of financial and business planning-related conditions. Crystal Palace exclusivity won’t be renewed February 2015

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Day Centres Under Threat

The Leader of Bromley Council, Stephen Carr also said at the meeting that “some difficult decisions would have to be made next year over the future of day centres” which we take as code for being places such as the … Continue reading

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Council Meeting Round Up

Labour led the opposition to the Tory cuts at the full Council meeting on Monday night. The Tories did relent over funding for Bromley Youth Music Trust (BYMT) by finding £153k and are going to discuss with them funding for … Continue reading

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Snowdon Close – Successful Application for Change of use From Class A2 to Community Hall Class D1

Last night Bromley Council’s Planning committee voted overwhelming to grant D1 (Community Use) classification to the former old Citizens Advice Bureau in 20 Snowdown Close or ‘The Hub’ as it is locally known. A separate application for it to be … Continue reading

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Penge Groups and Services Facing Cuts

Cuts proposed by the Tory Council are rushed, short sighted and will cause unprecedented loss of services for Penge residents. Your Labour councillors accept that difficult financial decisions need to be made but the speed and severity of decisions by … Continue reading

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Penge Forum – Sgt Rob Goodwin sadness of unsolved youth murders in Penge

Sgt Rob Goodwin spoke at the Penge Forum meeting on Policing and Crime in Penge. He gave an overview of reduced crime figures which was encouraging but he urged residents to report all crime.  Police numbers are assigned according to … Continue reading

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School To Be Built on Park Site in Bromley?

A report was pulled from the agenda last night at the Executive at the last minute as the Tories proposed to allow La Fontaine (the bilingual school) currently operating at the former Education Development Centre site at Princes Plain to … Continue reading

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