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Shortlands Residents’ Association (SRA) is backing Bromley Council’s proposals to designate Shortlands Village as a conservation area, to help ensure future development in the Village does not damage its present unique character. It is also encouraging all its members to support these proposals and respond...

Dear Residents Fortunately, we’ve managed to go 2 weeks with no motor vehicle crime, burglary or other offences of the type I let you know about - so there’s no attachment. Very pleasing to see and hope I can send more emails like this. Please continue to report...

Dear Residents Please see below the crime record for the period 16th July to 31st July.  Apart from a spate of theft from motor vehicle & vehicle interference between the 14/07/20 & 16/07/20 the crime rate was generally low.  From the crimes mentioned you will see...

Shortlands library will be reopening on Monday, 3 August 2020, Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. As lockdown continued the return dates for the books were put back, and new charges have temporarily been suspended, so no one should have fines.  Books reserved...

Dear Residents Hope you’re all well. Please find below the crime record for the period from 1st July to 15th July. Apart from two small spates of motor vehicle crime we’ve been mostly crime free in Shortlands over the past fortnight. Remember not to leave valuable items in unattended...

At its meeting on 14 July Bromley’s Development Control Committee will discuss whether to undertake a public consultation exercise regarding the potential designation of the Shortlands Village Conservation Area.  Designating the village as a conservation area means that planning applications would be required to either...

Dear Residents Please see below the crime record for the period from 17 June to 30 June 2020. Fortunately we’ve had no burglaries.  There were three thefts of vehicles, a similar number of thefts from vehicles and an attempted fraud.  It is best to keep your vehicle keys in...

Criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic to try and get their hands on your money and personal information. To date, Action Fraud has received reports from 2,378 victims of Coronavirus-related scams, with the total losses reaching over £7 million. There are some simple steps you can take...