News Archive

News published October 2015

  • All Bromley libraries will soon have free wi-fi

    Published on 29 October 2015

    All libraries across the borough will soon be equipped with wi-fi facilities meaning that library users will be able to use the internet more easily.

  • Bexley and Bromley explore possible joint commissioning of library services

    Published on 20 October 2015

    Bexley and Bromley councils are considering jointly commissioning their library services.

  • Further alert from Trading Standards

    Published on 16 October 2015

    Trading Standards has issued an additional warning following further reports of rogue trader activity in Beckenham.

  • Biggin Hill Airport decision date in November

    Published on 16 October 2015

    The application to increase operating hours at Biggin Hill Airport will be considered further next month in a special full council meeting, with an anticipated decision made by the Executive.

  • Crystal is a glittering success

    Published on 15 October 2015

    Bromley Council is working with its Safer Bromley Partners to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour in four main ‘hotspots’ in the north of the borough.

  • Trading Standards Urgent Warning

    Published on 15 October 2015

    Bromley Trading Standards are issuing a warning about two incidents that have come to their attention involving what appears to be a very similar bogus drainage repair scam.

  • Big Bromley Brush Up - achievements

    Volunteers taking part in Bromly Brush up in Mottingham

    Published on 9 October 2015

    Clean-up activities took place throughout the year and here you can read about some of the achievements.

  • Bromley Council votes YES in town centre BID ballot

    Published on 9 October 2015

    As voting among eligible businesses gets under way in Bromley’s Business Improvement District (BID) ballot, the council is confirming it will vote ‘YES’.

  • Dementia Friendly Bromley

    Published on 7 October 2015

    Together with our partners, Bromley Council wants to learn more about what living with dementia means to Bromley residents.