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Mill Pond, Glassmill Lane. Thames21 have arranged a public meeting for Tuesday 24th June 2014 at Bromley Town Church, 2 Ethelbert Road, BR1. Commencing at 6.30pm this will give all inetersted parties a chance to discuss plans for the enhancement of this historic pond.

Community Meeting about plans for the major development in the Town Centre (Site G) on Tuesday 20th May at 7.30pm in Bromley Town Church, Ethelbert Road. Organised by Friends of Community G and Bromley Civic Society, this was a chance to give local people and others with an interest in this area an update on plans. Also for them to share their thoughts and aspirations for the future of this part of the Town Centre.

Annual General Meeting. The society’s AGM will be held on Thursday 5th June at 7.30pm in the Parish Rooms, in Church Road (adjacent to Parish Church). After official business our guest speaker will be Marie-Louise Kerr, the Curator of Bromley Museum.

Mill Pond, Glassmill Lane. Working parties are currently restricted due to bird nesting on the island. On 7th April Thames21 carried out an on-site public consultation on their outline proposals for the enhancement of this pond. It is intended to have a full public meeting as soon as possible. In the meantime we are working with Bromley council staff to submit a grant application to fund urgently needed work and assess long-term needs.

 

Sale of Italian Garden/Queens Garden. We have submitted a formal complaint to Bromley Council on the manner the decision to sell part of this public park for development of 5 restaurants. We have received a response from the council’s Chief Executive and are currently considering how to proceed.

Bromley North Village Improvements. The major closure of the northern High Street continues in order to relay new water mains followed by other street works. This is having a severe impact upon retail premises in this area.

H.G. Wells Centre Development. A planning application has been submitted to build a part 17 storey building on this site. BCS and other concerned residents have submitted objections to this development. (Ref: 13/03345).

Welcome to the Bromley Civic Society web site.  We hope you find what you are looking for.  If not please contact us using the details at the bottom of this page.

We believe that together people, who care for Bromley town centre, can make a difference. If you feel the same why not join us. To find out how please go to our ‘Membership’ page. You can find out more about our organisation and its values on the ‘About Us’ page.

 

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