Tag Archives: Local Plan

Local Plan Sites 4 & 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

Sites 4 and 5 are situated just south of the town centre. Site 4 is where the builders merchant intend to open a store. The initial plan was to provide 120 dwellings with 60 on a platform over the store. … Continue reading

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2019 Local Plan Site 3 – Hill Car Park & Adjacent

Redevelopment of the Hill Car park site. entry in the Local Plan: Site Policy: Development for mixed use including retail (150sqm), cultural facilities, car parking for the public and for residential, and 150 residential units. Proposals will be expected to: … Continue reading

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2019 Local Plan Site 2 – Bromley North Station

The Area around Bromley North Station has been on the plans for redevelopment, for at least 10 years. Each new version increases the number of ‘units’ (housing units, in this case flats) that are expected to fit on the site. … Continue reading

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2019 Local Plan Site 1 ABC Civic Centre

Site 1A – Civic Centre north section, multi-storey car park, Stockwell building Site 1B – central belt of the Civic Centre and old Palace grounds This was Site F in the 2010 Area Action Plan. 70 units. Conflicted by being … Continue reading

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Local Plans

Local Plans set out a framework for the future development of an area, addressing needs and opportunities in relation to housing, the economy and infrastructure – as well as being a basis for safeguarding the environment and securing good design. … Continue reading

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Churchill Quarter Planning Application

The planning application for the “Churchill Quarter” development in Bromley town centre has now been submitted (planning reference: 18/02181). The development, adjacent to library gardens, is a co-development with the Council providing the land and Countryside Properties responsible for building … Continue reading

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Churchill Quarter Consultation

A second consultation on the Council’s Library Gardens/Ethelbert Close development (Churchill Quarter) will now take place in the Wells Room at the Churchill Theatre on the following dates: Thursday 16 Nov: 2.00-7.00pm Friday 17 Nov: Midday – 5.00pm Saturday 18 … Continue reading

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BCS Spring Newsletter!

The Spring BCS newsletter is now available. It’s packed full of new information about Bromley Civic Day on Saturday 17 June, the possibility of bringing back the Broom Day festival and an update on the London Borough of Bromley Local … Continue reading

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Balmoral Avenue, Beckenham: Concern about top down imposition of education facility on local community

In October 2015 the Department of Education, through the Education Funding Agency (EFA), spent £13.4 million on purchasing the former South Suburban Co-op sports ground in Balmoral Avenue, Beckenham. This they have given to the Trust “Education for the 21st … Continue reading

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London Borough of Bromley: Local Plan

Bromley Council will be consulting on its Local Plan in September. This is a crucial tool for guiding development decisions for the Bromley area and anyone interested in being consulted about the Plan should contact the Council at the following … Continue reading

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