Insurance group Direct Line is closing its South Croydon operations and relocating around 168 staff to its headquarters in Bromley, according to reports.
Bromley Council is hosting a debate on the outer London office market on 17 July, followed by a networking event.
Developer London Square has bought the Grade II-listed former Bromley offices of union Unite for £20 million and is planning a development of up to 23 homes.
Odeon Cinema has exchanged contracts to open its seven screen multiplex cinema in Orpington in 2014.
Bromley College has teamed up with Bromley Council to create The Star Project, a scheme aimed at helping businesses recruit staff and developing employment opportunities for residents aged 18 to 24.
Housing association London & Quadrant (L&Q) has submitted plans to demolish a former care home in Penge and replace it with 32 homes.
The owner of Nugent Shopping Park is sponsoring the creation of a new children's play area in Riverside Gardens, St Mary Cray.
Bromley has the capacity to deliver more than 2,700 new homes over the next five years, exceeding its housing target in the process, Bromley Council has said.
Bromley College of Further and Higher Education has opened a new specialist centre for young people with learning difficulties and disabilities.
Community Links is organising an event at the Bromley Governance Centre, where private sector businesses will share their expertise and knowledge to provide advice and support to those in the voluntary sector.