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AGM & Annual Event – Thursday 23 June 2022

THURSDAY 23 JUNE 2022 7.30 PMPARISH ROOMS, BROMLEY PARISH CHURCH, CHURCH ROAD, BROMLEY BR2 0EG As Honorary Secretary, it is my pleasure to invite you to our Annual Event, AGM, and what promises to be a most interesting talk by … Continue reading

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Bromley Trio of Tower Blocks

The trio of tower block developments in the heart of our historic Market Town is now fully revealed with the latest application at 2-4 Ringers Road alongside the ‘Maplin’ and Churchill Quarter Sites. The developer onslaught has ramped up another … Continue reading

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Workshop on Heritage Walks

Our walks inform, entertain, and raise awareness Bromley’s built and natural heritage. This year, we have also organised two workshops, looking at our heritage walks, in the Meeting Room on the 5th floor of Bromley Central Library on: Saturday 21st … Continue reading

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BCS Churchill Quarter Campaign – Update November 2021

Here are some of the latest visuals that the Council’s development partner, Countryside Properties, have released alongside our photos showing how the area looks now.  There are no significant changes from the 2018 planning application, and proposals for Library Gardens are even worse. 

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Churchill Quarter Campaign

Help us stop this monster Council co-development which, if approved, will also set off a chain reaction of other tower blocks starting from the Churchill Theatre to the Railway and beyond, ruining this historic Town Centre forever. The red line … Continue reading

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Site G

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 … Continue reading

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Queen’s Garden

We have submitted a formal complaint to Bromley Council regarding 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 … Continue reading

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