Monthly Archives: June 2016

Planning Permission Given For Vets At Bank Site

Planning permission has been given for the former HSBC bank on the corner of Kingsdale Rd and Penge High Street to be converted into a vets. The decision was made by officers under delegated powers. It will be good to … Continue reading

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Labour Group Motion to full council 4 July 2016

This council deeply regrets the inadequate levels of service it has provided to the Borough’s young people, most notably evidenced by last week’s damning OFSTED report on Bromley’s Children’s Services, and also by last year’s highly critical report on the … Continue reading

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Tories must apologise and get a grip

PRESS RELEASE FROM BROMLEY LABOUR COUNCILLORS For immediate release 29th June 2016 Responding to Monday’s OFSTED report, Labour Group Leader Cllr Angela Wilkins said: “This week Bromley Council’s Children’s Services were deemed “inadequate” by OFSTED. Last year Bromley’s Youth Offending … Continue reading

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Cancellation of Bromley school nursing services confirmed

Bromley Council have confirmed they will not renew their school nursing service in 2017. In April News Shopper reported that continuation of the service was under review, threatening 29 jobs. Nurses were formally informed on Monday (June 20) that the service will … Continue reading

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Angered locals form community group in Bromley to tackle “failing” council

A community group led by residents across Bromley is launching this week to tackle local councillor’s “failing” the Bromley public. Backing Bromley will be launched on Wednesday, and will start putting pressure on Bromley council by raising 1,200 estate agency-style … Continue reading

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INADEQUATE: Bromley children’s services and safeguarding slammed in inspection report

Bromley’s second failed Ofsted – Bromley’s children’s services and safeguarding have been labelled “inadequate” in all areas by Ofsted inspectors, who said the service had “widespread and serious” failures that leave children vulnerable. The service is responsible for children’s safeguarding, … Continue reading

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SNT Newsletter June 2016

Below is an extract from the latest Safer Neighbourhood Newsletter.  A link to the full report can be found at the bottom of the page. Our Promises to you We set our promises at our regular Ward Panel Meetings where … Continue reading

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