News Archive

News published November 2015

  • Biggin Hill Airport limited hours decision

    Published on 27 November 2015

    An extension of operating hours has been agreed by the Council’s Executive, with stringent conditions and obligations for Biggin Hill Airport to fulfil.

  • Information session for parents of children with additional needs

    Published on 18 November 2015

    Parents of children with a disability or special educational needs can find out more about available support in Bromley at a special drop-in event organised by Bromley Council.

  • Last chance to clean-up

    Published on 18 November 2015

    Friends, neighbours, businesses, groups and other volunteers are invited to join the final Big Bromley Brush Up clean-up events of the year, at the end of November.

  • Crystal Palace Park Dinosaurs

    Published on 18 November 2015

    Conservation work to the standing Iguanodon dinosaur sculpture in Crystal Palace Park is starting this week.

  • Bromley Libraries customer survey 2015

    Published on 6 November 2015

    During the week beginning 9 November, Bromley Libraries will again be taking part in the national survey for adults in all libraries.

  • Bromley Town votes YES in town centre BID ballot

    Published on 6 November 2015

    At least £3million of additional investment will now flow into Bromley town centre following the YES vote.

  • Setting up a new dementia service

    Published on 6 November 2015

    A major initiative for a service to help residents diagnosed with dementia and their family, friends and carers, called the Bromley Dementia Hub, will be launched next spring.

  • Snow Friends prepare for winter alongside gritting crews

    Published on 4 November 2015

    As gritting crews and Snow Friends prepare for winter, interested resident groups are being invited to join the scheme before the onset of winter.

  • Sharing a life and a home

    Published on 4 November 2015

    Bromley Council recently held an event to celebrate and recognise carers who have been involved in Shared Lives.

  • Top surgeon, TV actor and famous footballer back Mayor’s charity

    Published on 2 November 2015

    Guests at the Mayor of Bromley’s Charity Ball at the Warren in Hayes on Saturday 17 October included a top brain surgeon and a well-known TV celebrity.