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Anerley landlord jailed for council tax fraud

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An Anerley landlord has been jailed for council tax fraud after he denied owning his own home and a second property in Lewisham.

2:53pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Waste4Fuel clean-up delayed AGAIN after size of 'stinking' rubbish mountain underestimated

Waste4Fuel clean up delayed AGAIN after environment agency miscalculated size of "stinking" rubbish mountain

A ‘stinking’ 25,000-tonne pile of rubbish in St Paul’s Cray will take even longer to clear, and cost more money, after the amount of waste was underestimated.

4:47pm Friday 5 May 2017

Four drivers fined for Blue Badge fraud

Four drivers fined for Blue Badge fraud

Four drivers have been fined for misusing Blue Badges as part of Bromley Council’s crackdown on the scam.

1:46pm Tuesday 2 May 2017

Biggin Hill WW2 memorial museum given green light

Biggin Hill WW2 memorial museum given green light

A memorial museum to commemorate Biggin Hill’s contribution to both world wars has been given the green light by Bromley Council.

10:59am Wednesday 3 May 2017

What Prince Philip said to this lady in red when he made one of his most memorable gaffes in Bromley

Prince Philip told this lady in red “I would get arrested if I unzipped that dress” on a visit to Bromley in 2012

The Duke of Edinburgh is known for his gaffes and one of the most memorable came when he visited Bromley in 2012.

11:14am Thursday 4 May 2017

Emergency gas works have closed this Chislehurst road

Emergency gas works have closed this Chislehurst road

Emergency gas works under a railway bridge have closed a road in Chislehurst.

7:46am Friday 19 May 2017

Scheme to build hundreds of homes across apartment blocks blasted by Bromley heritage group

There will also be commercial space built for bars and restaurants

A heritage group have said residents are living in a “cloud of uncertainty” following council plans to build apartment blocks in the town centre.

1:07pm Wednesday 19 April 2017

Bromley's shining beacon of success

Bromley's shining beacon of success

A Bromley school offering specialist provision for young people with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs has been officially opened by the Mayor, Councillor Ian Payne this week.

12:47pm Tuesday 28 March 2017

Bromley benefit cheat forged letter from boss to claim council tax support

Bromley benefit cheat forged letter from boss to claim council tax cuts

A Bromley fraudster forged a letter from her boss and hid the amount of money she had to claim benefits.

10:22am Wednesday 15 March 2017

Orpington GP petitions to keep extension after being told it is 'out of character with the area'

The surgery put up the porta cabins in 2012

A doctors in Orpington is petitioning to save its extension after Bromley Council told them it was out of character with the surrounding properties.

4:53pm Tuesday 14 March 2017
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