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Bromley remembers the battle of the Somme

A series of commemorations will take place around the borough in memory of the men who lost their lives or were wounded in the battle of the Somme during the First World War.

Students get first choice school

All students applying on time for primary and secondary schools in Bromley in 2016 have been offered a place, with almost 90% getting their first or second preference.

First Orpington cinema opening in 34 years

A seven-screen Odeon cinema has opened at The Walnuts shopping centre in Orpington, the first facility of its kind to be brought to the town in 34 years.

"Electrifying" regeneration in Orpington

Developers at a regeneration scheme in Orpington town centre have committed to protecting the environment by providing residents with charging spaces for electric cars.

Mayoral candidates discuss Bromley’s transport

As the Mayor of London elections on 5 May get closer, candidates have revealed their visions on transport in Bromley.

Scheme mooted for Chislehurst library site

Plans for the regeneration of Chislehurst library moved closer as the council selected a development partner.

Noise action plan for Biggin Hill Airport

Biggin Hill Airport has announced it is implementing a plan to limit the noise produced by aircraft operations after the council approved the extension of its opening hours.

intu sponsor business awards

Shopping centre intu Bromley – which has just been put on the market for £260 million – has been confirmed as a headline sponsor for the Bromley Business Awards 2016.

Housing zone announced for Bromley

Bromley North has been identified as a housing zone by the mayor of London.

intu stores opening

New stores will open in Bromley this week in time for the Christmas trading rush.

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