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Bromley Council has extended its Public Space Protection Order for a further 3 years and it will now include all open spaces the public have access to in the borough, like Queensmead, as Alcohol Exclusion Zones. This does not include places that are licensed such...

Latest news of three scams doing the rounds… Recorded message coming through on 07979 654292 from a man saying this is the police…your insurance number has been deemed suspicious as it has been used in illegal activities. It will be suspended immediately unless you press...

Click on the link below for a short guide from South East London Clinical Commissioning Group regarding how the Covid vaccination programme is going in Bromley. Covid -19 Vaccinations in Bromley...

Dear Residents, Please find below the crime record for the period from 16 Jan to 31 Jan 2021. Very sad to see someone was tricked into handing over their bank card and giving their PIN number resulting in money being stolen.  Remember your bank would never phone and...

The census is a national survey carried out by the Office for National Statistic every decade to create a complete picture of the nation. This year, Census Day is Sunday 21 March. By taking part, you can help to inform decisions on services that shape your community,...

Dear Residents Hope you all had a good Christmas and New Year. Please accept my apologies for the delay in sending this report out as I was off work sick after Christmas and have only just returned to work. Below is the crime record for the periods 16/12/20...

The SRA has responded to a significant consultation on the future of Bromley’s open spaces. We questioned the timing of the exercise and why private gardens were not mentioned. Bromley have since reassured the 800 or so respondents that they do not intend to sell...

We have learnt of a new significant twist in the saga of the development behind the hoardings in the Village. On 15 December a Planning Inspector dismissed the developer’s appeal against the decision of Bromley Council to refuse a second application to develop the site. So, once...

There is a new community fund through the National Lottery in partnership with DCMS for community groups/ charities that are tackling loneliness in their area. The fund is £4m and will be distributed as microgrants between £300-£2,500 to organisations with annual income of £50,000 or...