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Airport opening hours extension approved

Bromley Council has granted approval to Biggin Hill Airport to extend its opening hours, but provided it follows “stringent conditions and obligations”, particularly in regard to noise restriction.

Luxury homes for Orpington

The developer Berkeley Homes has launched a collection of luxury apartments in Orpington town centre.

Commuter town

London homebuyers could save up to 50 per cent on the cost of buying a home by moving to Orpington, according to the developer Berkeley Homes.

Kicking and ice-creaming

Chelsea Football Club legend, Gianfranco Zola, has opened an “Italian-style ice cream and coffee parlour” in Bromley High Street.

BID scheme approved for Bromley

Businesses operating in Bromley town centre have approved plans for a Business Improvement District (BID) scheme, which according to Bromley Council, will give them a greater say in how the town is managed.

PureGym’s Orpington opening

A PureGym is to open at the Walnuts Shopping Centre in Orpington this week.

Channel 4 at college campus

The Channel 4 series, Kitchen Impossible, which starred internationally famous chef Michel Roux Junior, was filmed at Bromley College’s Hospitality, Food and Enterprise Career College.

School places for autistic children

A £3.6 million project to create more than 100 spaces for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder at a West Wickham school has been announced, according to reports.

First-time buyers look to Bromley

Bromley is among the most popular places for first-time buyers in London, according to a report by information provider, Experian.

New mayor settles in

The London Borough of Bromley’s new mayor, Kim Botting, has been speaking about her new role.

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