Rail bosses have admitted they don’t know how much delays to Crossrail will cost.
Officials in south east London have been left “bitterly disappointed” after it was revealed the capital’s new east-west train line would miss its opening date by nearly a year.
Bexley has received funding to develop Thamesmead as a potential Creative Enterprise Zone, after being shortlisted as one of 11 boroughs to have successfully bid for the initiative.
This Spring, young people in Bexley can look forward to free sports and crafts activities throughout the Easter break, in a holiday club delivered in the borough by Charlton Athletic Community Trust.
All customer service and travel information on the line will be integrated with TfL’s other services, with daily fare capping for Oyster and contactless applying.
Bexley has missed out on a prestigious city-wide prize worth £1.35million after Waltham Forest and Brent were named London Boroughs of Culture for 2019 and 2022.
The first Crossrail train went along the Elizabeth line last night as engineers tested a section of the tracks, travelling from Abbey Wood to Connaught Tunnel.
Bexley’s police force is being combined with Greenwich and Lewisham as part of a cost-cutting Met initiative.
Thamesmead residents are being given the chance to create five new green nature spots along the area’s canals.
Figures published today by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, reveal the full impact that a ‘no deal’ hard Brexit would have on Bexley, with 1,700 jobs potentially under threat.
More than 4,400 cases of a chronic lung disease, which has been associated with air pollution was registered in Bexley last year.
This is the future of the Tube map, with a bright purple line running through the centre of London.
The deal has received widespread backing
Bexley council is looking to become the London Borough of Culture
Sadiq Khan’s proposal was met with vehement opposition
A public consultation event takes place next weekend
Sadiq Khan has proposed closing the site and moving services to Sidcup
A City Hall consultation ends on on Friday
The winners will be announced in February
The Bexley and Bromley assembly member has leapt to the defence of the the cab firm
Transport for London said the cab app has demonstrated a “lack of corporate responsibility”
Tickets go on sale next week