Hear from Councillors Jeremy Adams, Becky Wiffen, Chris Price and Simon Jeal about Labour’s Plan for a Better Bromley.
At it’s Budget-setting meeting on 26th February, Bromley’s Conservative-run Council announced that it plans to introduce the maximum Council Tax increase possible, 4.99%, without having to trigger a local referendum Bromley Labour introduced our alternative budget, proving that it’s possible to both improve services and make savings in the long term Here are the key […]
Bromley Labour calls on Conservatives to act and put safety first Criminals are cutting down traffic lights across Bromley – leaving some of our busiest junctions a danger to all road users. Already a six-year-old schoolgirl in Orpington has been injured as a result of vandals putting lights out of action on Court Road. Another […]
Susan Moore, Labour candidate in the Hayes & Coney Hall by-election, thanks voters for their support Residents of the Hayes & Coney Hall ward went to the polls on Thursday 7th December to select a new councillor, following the sad death of Cllr Andrew Lee in early October. Susan Moore, who lives in the ward, […]
Bromley Labour is proud to announce that our candidate for the upcoming Hayes & Coney Hall by-election will be Susan Moore, a resident of the ward. She is an educational psychologist, mum and local campaigner. Susan is passionate about the need for change and improvement in education, children’s services and in particular provision for children […]
Bromley Labour notes the court decision today to allow the expansion of ULEZ across outer London – and condemns Bromley Council’s waste of council tax payers’ money in pursuing this action.
The Bromley Labour Group strongly opposes the closure of 64% of the ticket offices within the London Borough of Bromley. The closure of 14 out of 22 station ticket offices will disproportionately affect the Borough’s disabled and elderly rail passengers.
A statement from Councillor Simon Jeal, Leader of the Labour Group, and Councillor Kathy Bance. A transcription can be found below. “It was a privilege to speak on behalf of the Labour Group at Bromley Council’s re-signing of the Armed Forces Covenant, which pledged that Bromley Council will support our armed forces, their families and […]
We are aware from the increasing number of reports from residents to Labour councillors that collections of household waste, food waste and recycling appear to becoming increasingly unreliable. “Residents are getting frustrated that the waste collections have been missed. To add to their frustrations they are finding collection days are being repeatedly rescheduled on the […]
Following yesterday’s High Court decision to refuse permission by Bromley and four other Councils to proceed with the majority of the grounds for their judicial review of Mayor of London’s planned expansion of the Ultra-Low Emissions Zone, Bromley Labour are calling on the Council to drop their expensive, politically motivated legal challenge and work constructively […]