1 Westmoreland Road update

Our latest update to local residents follwing the news that Bullers Wood for Boys school will make 1 Westmoreland home its temporary home from September 2018.

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Tory Councillor misses the point on Gender Pay Gap

One of Bromley's Tory Councillors made the London wide news this week when the Evening Standard reported that Cllr Owens called Theresa May "stupid" over the new gender pay gap reporting requirements in an email to Cllr Arthur, the Councillor in charge of HR at the Council. Given that the Council itself has a gender pay gap of 16.5% despite almost 70% of the highest paid quarter of its staff being women, it is extremely disappointing that these Tory Councillors do not appear to understand let alone respect the very real issue of gender pay gaps.

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Our March Bromey in Focus leaflet is here!

Our latest Bromley in Focus leaflet will be coming through a letter box near you in the next week or so. Read it first here.

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Chaos on Southeastern Trains during Snow in March

Sam Webber, one of our Council Candidates in Bromley Town, had the misfortune to experience first hand the chaos on trains stranded outside Lewisham station for nearly 5 hours on the evening of Thursday 2 March, when snow brought the rail system to an actual standstill.

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Housing crisis in Bromley

Housing in Bromley has reached crisis point.   Young families can't afford to buy, the average rental cost in Bromley is now over £1,200 per month, homelessness in Bromley has reached record levels.  We need a mix of people of all ages and income brackets to build a Bromley for the future, and we need to be sure there is a safety net for people when they need one. 

Apart from the cost of housing, many people are concerned about overdevelopment in certain areas where new buildings do not fit in with the rest of the town and come without services such as GPs, school places and parking spaces.  

It's a national problem that requires action on a big scale, but in Bromley there are solutions that your council can deliver.  If elected these are the solutions we will adopt.  

 

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