Conservative Councillors in Beckenham, Michael Tickner and Stephen Wells, have secured the discussion of an important policy document on Beckenham High Street at the Council’s Development Control Committee on Tuesday 2nd November.
Conservative-run Bromley Council have been working with Transport for London (TfL) to turn the 358 bus route into one of London's first fully electric bus routes. The new zero emission model would be powered by a battery onto of the bus, which would be charged at new chargers in Crystal Palace and Orpington.
Ten new one and two-bedroom apartments are to be built on Anerley Town Hall’s overflow car park by the end of 2021 as part of a new house building plan from Conservative-run Bromley Council, which aims to increase the number of affordable homes in the borough.
Beckenham Councillor, Christine Harris, has welcomed the return of the Bowie Beckenham Oddity event at Croydon Road Recreation Ground. The event, which raises funds towards the upkeep of the Grade II listed bandstand used by David Bowie in 1969, returned on Saturday 14th August nearly two years after the last event.
Will Joce, 2022 Conservative candidate for Clock House ward, has welcomed news from Southeastern Railways that the off-peak services to Charing Cross on the Hayes Line, which serves Elmers End and Clock House station, will be resuming from September.
Bromley Conservatives have selected local campaigners Will Joce, Jack Miller and Gemma Turrell as their candidates for the marginal seat of Clock House ward ahead of the 2022 Bromley Council elections.
Conservative campaigners in Beckenham and Penge have written to the Managing Director of Southeastern to express concern about the future of the rush hour Beckenham Junction service to Blackfriars, which was suspended by the rail operator at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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