A lack of support for our diverse communities from Conservative-run Bromley Council

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 […]

Unreliable recycling and waste collection in parts of Bromley

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 […]

Hardest up in Bromley face paying 20% more council tax

Bromley Conservatives are proposing a council tax hike of 20% for the worst off families in the borough Thousands of residents who currently receive council tax support would be even worse off during the current cost of living crisis Labour Councillors Ruth McGregor and Jeremy Adams explain more in the video below. http://www.bromleylabour.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/20pc_council_tax_increase.mp4

School Streets in Bromley: The Truth

On Friday 15th July 2022 a Special meeting of Bromley Council’s Environment PDS Committee convened to scrutinise the Conservative decision to stop the roll out of School Streets in Bromley. Cllr Igoe goes through the reality of School Streets in Bromley.

Statement on School Streets ‘call in’ outcome

Bromley Conservatives halt roll out of the School Streets policy to protect children at drop off and pick up times. Transport Portfolio Holder Cllr Bennett treated questions from members of the public with disdain and contempt