Bexley Council building development plans rubber-stamped

PUBLISHED: 14:54 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 14:54 25 February 2013

Final plans have been agreed to develop Bexley Council’s new headquarters in Bexleyheath.

It will move into the former Woolwich building in Arnsberg Way, Bexleyheath, which has been vacant since 2005.

This is due to happen in Spring 2014, when the council will vacate the civic centre in Broadway to pave the way for Tesco to develop a superstore there, whichy it claims will create 400 jobs.

This is along with 126 new homes at the rear, work on which is due to start imminently.

Council leader Cllr Teresa O’Neill said: “I am delighted that all the formalities are complete, because I believe this project is good news for Bexleyheath and the borough as a whole.

“These developments will help to revitalise the town centre and make other sites available for regeneration.”

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