Bromley Police Force to Merge with Croydon and Sutton

Bromley Police Force to Merge with Croydon and Sutton

Bromley police will merge with Sutton and Croydon police the Mayor of London has announced.  Bromley LibDems condemn this decision and ask all concerned Bromley residents to sign a petition calling on the Mayor to urgently reconsider this decision.   "Bromley is geographically the largest borough...

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Safer to school|Safer for All

Safer to school|Safer for All

Beckenham and Bromley Liberal Democrats have launched the road safety campaign Safer to School | Safer for All. By making our roads safer for the journey to school we can make them safer for all. Beckenham and Bromley may have Kent postcodes, but like other parts of the borough traffic problems a...

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Mayor won’t save Bullers Wood Boys School

Mayor won’t save Bullers Wood Boys School

A huge disappointment for the parents of pupils hoping to go to the new Bullers Wood Boys School as London Mayor Sadiq Khan tells the school that he is unable to step in to override Bromley Council’s decision to strip the school of its planning permission.  Local parents, campaigners and politici...

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Jamie Stone Does Burns Night with Bromley Lib Dems

Jamie Stone Does Burns Night with Bromley Lib Dems

Jamie Stone, Lib Dem MP for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross, came to visit Bromley to celebrate Burns Night with the local team and to help us launch our campaign for the local elections on 3rd May  

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Bromley North Development

Bromley North Development

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Bromley Opting Out of Rogue Landlords Database?

Bromley Opting Out of Rogue Landlords Database?

Bromley Council are one of the few London Boroughs that has not submitted  data to the new “Rogue Landlords” database launched by Mayor Sadiq Khan before Christmas.    Records from 10 London boroughs have now been published on the database and a further 8 have said they intend to submit records i...

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Police in Greater London facing £26.3m real-term cut despite Govt smoke and mirrors

Police in Greater London facing £26.3m real-term cut despite Govt smoke and mirrors

Police in Greater London are facing a real-term cut of £26.3 million next year, the Liberal Democrats have revealed. On 21 December the government announced that core funding for police budgets will remain exactly the same as last year.  Taking into account inflation, that means the Metropolitan ...

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Bromley South New Exit

Bromley South New Exit

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Appeal to Mayor about Moped Crime in Bromley

Appeal to Mayor about Moped Crime in Bromley

The Liberal Democrats have written to Mayor Sadiq Khan to appeal to him to investigate why moped crime in the Bromley Borough has escalated recently, in contrast to the rest of London.  This is particularly rife in the Penge and Clock House area, where worried residents have told us of moped ride...

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Planning Permission for New Academy Refused by Bromley Council

Planning Permission for New Academy Refused by Bromley Council

Bromley Council have refused planning permission for a new 1260 pupil secondary school proposed on one of the Borough's busiest junctions, the corner of Masons Hill and Westmoreland Road.  "Common sense has prevailed" said LibDem campaigner Rhian Kanat.   "The local residents group, led by the im...

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Bromley Borough Liberal Democrats exist to build and safeguard a fair, free and open society in which no one shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity. Locally this means we work politically to protect our environment, safeguard and improve the borough's public services and promote our local communities.

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