Tag Archives: Bromley Palace

Have your say: Email or Drop In and stop our Parkland becoming housing

Help stop our parkland being built on: Email  David Berger at the Council – david.berger@bromley.gov.uk and go to the Ward Councillors Drop In (7.30pm on 10th September at the Civic Centre). The Town Ward Councillors describe it as selling derelict … Continue reading

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Drop In announced for Park Sale

Drop in event for the sale of part of our Palace Park: 7.30pm on 10th September at the Civic Centre. But, this sale is being described as the disposal of derelict buildings, (it contains 2 caltrop shaped buildings that the council has allowed to deteriorate) in this part of the palace gardens. Continue reading

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Write To Stop Sell-Off of more Public Heritage Open Space

The site is part of the Bishop of Rochester’s Palace Park which is the setting of 6 listed buildings Please write and object to this sale to :David Mark Bowen, Director of Corporate Services, LB Bromley, Stockwell Close, Bromley, BR1 3UH  … Continue reading

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BCS talk: From the Vestry to the Palace – Thurs 21 March

This talk will cover the story of local government in Bromley; the buildings, the architecture and what the future might hold. The talk will take place at the Parish rooms, Church Road, Bromley BR2 0EG Thursday 21 March 2019 at … Continue reading

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The Bishops Palace – Heritage building profile

These buildings were the Palace of the Bishops of Rochester. The present building is part 18th century. This article is only a small part of the extensive information on this lovely historic building.  It is to be hoped that the … Continue reading

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Three Heritage open day walks: September 2018

Bromley Civic Society will be leading three of its popular heritage walks during September to celebrate open day 17th century Bromley and Sheppard’s Colleges The 17th century Grade 1 listed, Wren inspired buildings form a quiet oasis in Bromley North. … Continue reading

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Four Heritage Walks for Civic Day: Saturday 16 June

Civic Day, with the slogan “I care about where I live”, is a nationwide event organised by Civic Voice (formerly the Civic Trust). Bromley Civic Society is contributing to Civic Day by staging four heritage walks around Bromley Town Centre … Continue reading

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Heritage Walks on Civic Day! Saturday 17 June

Bromley Civic Society is organising four heritage walks on Civic Day, Saturday 17 June. Walks will start and finish at Market Square, Bromley and times are given below. Each walk will last for approximately 90 minutes and will be free. … Continue reading

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BCS May and June events

A Walk Around Bromley Palace and Park Sunday 21st May 2017 Meet at 10:00am on the corner of St Blaise Avenue and Widmore Road FREE (donations welcome) The walk will last not more than 2 hours. The 18th century Bromley … Continue reading

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Bromley Civic Society: May 2016 Newsletter

The latest BCS newsletter is now available. It contains a range of important local news stories set within the context of the Government’s Housing & Planning Bill which received Royal Assent this month. From a heritage perspective we include a … Continue reading

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