Plans for 11,500 homes along the Thames, including Thamesmead have moved another step forward.
A Bexley school is set to grow the number of its students by a third after major expansion work is completed.
The next stage in a major redevelopment plan for Erith is set to get underway as more money is found.
The Bexley Times has again been selected as media partner for the prestigious Bexley Business Excellence Awards.
Bexleyheath is one of the first locations selected by the London Drinking Fountain Fund to have a new public water fountain.
Works to transform the streets and public areas in and around Abbey Wood Station continue to make good progress.
Plans for a new library and cinema in Sidcup town centre have taken a major step forward with the appointment of DRDH architects to develop the scheme.
A Bexley artist has raised her concerns that a revamp of Hall Place will see the death of the art scene in the area.
Erith’s iconic Carnegie building will be open to the public for an exciting array of events before Christmas, prior to its official opening in February next year.
More than 500 new homes are to be constructed in the heart of Bexleyheath on the former Civic Offices site.
The weathervane on the iconic Carnegie Building in Erith is working again following months of painstaking restoration work.
Plans for the regeneration of the Arthur Street estate in Erith will go on display at a public consultation event on Saturday September 1.
Developers were granted planning permission from the London Borough of Bexley yesterday to transform two hectares of public realm in Thamesmead.
A Bexley charity rescuing older men from loneliness is set to expand its programme across the borough with new funding.
Erith’s iconic old library the Carnegie Building, which is being worked on as part of a regeneration project, has entered the next stage of development thanks to National Lottery funding.
Everyone is invited to join in the fun at a weekend-long celebration to acknowledge the contribution of migrant communities to Bexley over the past 70 years.
Sir John Armitt’s Thames Estuary Commission is reportedly poised to recommend to Government that Crossrail be extended to Ebbsfleet.
Bexley Youth Council has elected a new chair and deputy chairwoman, as well as its new member and deputy of the Youth Parliament.
Bexley youngsters have been rewarded for putting their best feet forward and being named top in the district for green travel.
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A team made up of Bexley respresentatives are attempting to tackle the public health issue of loneliness and isolation in older people, through a project they successfully applied for.
As part of National No Smoking Day on March 14, teams will be out on their mobile bus outside Morrisons in Erith to give local residents the support they need to kick the habbit.