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Local people are being urged to have their say on the possible closure of Bexleyheath Police Station and the planned move of its front counter service to Marlowe House in Sidcup.

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Sadiq calls for new independent Commissioner for Social Housing Residents

Mayor sets out intention to develop reforms with residents and Government

The...

Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling MP paid a visit to Bexley (31 August) to meet with the Leader of the London Borough of Bexley, Cllr Teresa O’Neill OBE along with local MPs David...

As part of his drive to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Londoners, the Mayor on 31 August 2017 took part in a Mental Health First Aid training session and called on all employers to...

London needs 50,000 new homes a year to meet its growing needs. [3] To reach this target, an innovative approach is vital. In the seventies, prefabricated housing contributed significantly to...

Erith Lighthouse will be popping up at the town’s Pier from 7 September for three weeks until 24 September. A further eight chefs will be treating guests to a variety of cuisines, and there will...

There are now fewer smokers in Bexley than anywhere else in south east London, new figures show. The percentage of smokers is down to 12.5%.

 

While the low rate shows that plenty of...

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan visited the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, in Richmond, as he encouraged community groups to apply for his £1 million Greener City Fund to help deliver more air quality...

Cleaner streets, faster response times and a more efficient in-house service; these are just some of the recent successes achieved by the Royal Borough’s Street Services team.  

A report by...

A company has been prosecuted for displaying unauthorised advertisement signs fixed to a car roof parked in Midfield Way, Orpington.

Although warned he was committing an offence by...

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