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Senior councillors and officers at Bromley Council have continued to talk to local housing associations over the past month to build on earlier reassurances they gave about the safety of residents...

The Government is providing funding to local councils to set up a discount scheme for businesses that are affected by a rise in their business rates in 2017–18. We are consulting businesses and...

It has been another year of tough competition at this year’s Greenwich in Bloom contest. 

Sponsored by Coolings Garden Centre, the Royal Borough of Greenwich-run competition rewards...

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Comes into force and preparation has to start now as it is so important!

 

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A Bexley landlord has been ordered to pay a total of £1,511.84 in fines and costs for failing to comply with an Improvement Notice.

Suresh Dhah was ordered to pay a £660 fine, £785.84 in...

The council’s Executive has signalled its intention to complete a development agreement with Countryside Properties.

The news follows Countryside Properties being selected as the council’s...

The owner of a house clearance company has been prosecuted after household items were dumped in several streets by his sub-contractor.

Jeffrey Avery of Avery Associates, Thirsk Road,...

The home of the former Blockbuster store at 106 Sidcup High Street has been acquired by the London Borough of Bexley as part of its plans to improve the vitality of the town centre.

Despite...

To mark the opening of Erith Lighthouse at Riverside Gardens on 10 August, organisers are inviting residents to a free special celebration garden party.

The garden party will start at 6....

 

Council tenants and council leaseholders are invited to become mystery shoppers for the Royal Borough's housing service to check the quality of services and to test how efficiently...

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