This page was updated on 16/05/20. We endeavor to keep this as up-to-date as possible.
Local sources of help
Bromley Food Bank is still functional, but offering a delivery-only service due to social distancing rules.
Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich MIND continue to offer support for those who use their services, and remain available to those who feel they need extra help.
Information about Bromley Council:
Bromley council remain contactable by phone or their website.
Council Tax & Benefits
You can call 0300 003 0089 to pay your council tax. There are options for those struggling paying their council tax. Click here for more information.
For those who make cash Council Tax payments using the kiosk at Penge, call 0300 303 8670.
For queries around benefits, the council is contactable on 0300 303 8670.
Social services remain contactable.
Adult services 020 8461 7777
Child services 020 8461 7373
Following the latest Government announcement regarding the Covid-19 Global Pandemic, the Bromley Register Office has suspended all registration services with the exception of death registrations with immediate effect. For more information, click here.
🔑 Domestic violence -
Bromley has not issued additional guidance but we would recommend Advance as a useful resource at these times.
🌲 Waste & Recycling-
Household waste continues. Plastic, glass and tins are also continuing. Those paying for garden waste will continue to have this collected.
Paper and card recycling is variable and your usual collection dates may change depending on council resources.
Waldo Road and Churchfields recycling centres are operating by appointment only to allow social distancing. Click here for more information.
All Bromley libraries are now closed-
For Library Customers who use the Library to access other Council services e.g. to pay their Council Tax or to use Library computers to access housing or benefits information, support and advice is available from Bromley Council online.
💷 Business rates-
There is information about the various offerings on the councils website. Click here for more information.
Parks in Bromley remain open. Please use social distancing measuring when visiting the parks. Cafes in parks have closed
From what we understand Bromley CC is operating as normal with their parking policy. The only exception to this is NHS workers and social care workers who can park in council car parks or on street residents bays free of charge.
Please follow this link online to apply for a temporary (3 month) permit-