Bus diversions and road closures as Bromley North Village improvement scheme gets back under way

News Shopper: Market Square, as it will look after the scheme. Market Square, as it will look after the scheme.

CHANGES have been made to a number of bus routes as work to revitalise Bromley North Village gets back underway. 

From today, routes 208, 320 and N47 towards Kentish Way and Bromley South have been diverted via Tweedy Road and Kentish Way.

Route 358 towards Orpington has been diverted via London Road, Tweedy Road and Kentish Way.

Routes 227 and 354 towards Bromley North have been diverted via London Road, Tweedy Road and Mitchell Way.

East Street and South Street, at the junction with East Street, will be closed until March, High Street North until May and Market Square until October.

The £5.2 million scheme to improve the area is taking place in East Street, High Street and Market Square.

Executive Councillor for Renewal and Recreation Councillor Peter Morgan said: "We do appreciate there will be some disruption while these important improvements go ahead but we will be keeping it to a minimum and playing our part to ensure that Bromley remains an enticing place for business and investment."

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8:49pm Mon 13 Jan 14

Slonik says...

I do hope all those nice paviors don't go the same way as those which were removed from Orpington High Street. Surely it'd be more than a tad embarrassing if the same mistakes were repeated. By the way, did the taxpayer ever get a refund for all the blocks which were laid, relaid and then replaced with tarmac or do we just foot the bill?
I do hope all those nice paviors don't go the same way as those which were removed from Orpington High Street. Surely it'd be more than a tad embarrassing if the same mistakes were repeated. By the way, did the taxpayer ever get a refund for all the blocks which were laid, relaid and then replaced with tarmac or do we just foot the bill? Slonik

10:44pm Mon 13 Jan 14

goldenbroomboy says...

Open letter to Cllr Peter Morgan.

Peter, Bromley North is a train station, there has never been a village named "Bromley North".. How about spending some money instead on a village sign for the historic village of Plaistow?

Yours. one born in Bromley in the County of Kent.
Open letter to Cllr Peter Morgan. Peter, Bromley North is a train station, there has never been a village named "Bromley North".. How about spending some money instead on a village sign for the historic village of Plaistow? Yours. one born in Bromley in the County of Kent. goldenbroomboy

8:16am Wed 15 Jan 14

Slonik says...

Where's Cllr Smith when you need him? Some say that silence speaks volumes...
Where's Cllr Smith when you need him? Some say that silence speaks volumes... Slonik

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