Plans for a huge regeneration project at a 1960s Erith estate have finally been submitted for approval.
Plans to give abandoned tennis courts in Bexleyheath a new lease of life as a BMX track have been submitted to the council.
Bexley Council is among 11 boroughs which have joined forces to provide accommodation to families at risk of homelessness – backed by £38m in government funding.
Proposals to reduce cash for community initiatives have concerned councillors who fear Bexley’s voluntary groups will be asked to do more with less resources.
Plans to halve the budget for park volunteer groups in Bexley could be offset by charging dog walkers, a councillor has suggested.
Since Bexley Council launched its anti-litter campaign earlier this year, 1,000 Bexley residents have now made the commitment to pick up at least one piece of plastic litter a week.
Calls have been made to scrap a school admissions rule in Bexley which prioritises grammar students with high selection test scores even if they live outside the borough.
Bexley faces a rising childhood obesity problem as new figures show 40 per cent of Year 6 students are overweight.
Wildlife enthusiasts are calling for “embarrassing” fly-tipping that is blighting marshland in Bexley to be cleared up.
A Bexley artist has raised her concerns that a revamp of Hall Place will see the death of the art scene in the area.
MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford David Evennett was the guest of honour and speaker at an Armistice and Remembrance Commemoration held at the Bexleyheath Conservative Club on Sunday (November 11).
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.
NHS bosses have defended the decision to close a popular doctors’ surgery in Belvedere after a councillor aired serious concerns over the loss of facilities.
Revised plans to turn an office in Sidcup into a block of flats have been submitted.
A new initiative to tackle addiction and mental illness is being launched by the mayor of Bexley in Sidcup highstreet.
A recent Ofsted inspection of services for children, young people, families and carers in Bexley has judged the borough’s provision to be Outstanding.
“Serious concerns” have been raised following the rejection of a council-led housing scheme in Erith.
Stress kept teachers in Bexley out of work for nearly 300 days last year, new data has shown.
Bexley Council opened a public consultation on July 30 on its council tax reduction scheme, which provides support with council tax payments to residents of working age who are on low incomes.
A contentious scheme to bulldoze buildings in Bexley Village and build a block of flats are set to be approved next week despite objections.
A controversial plan to impose travel charges on families of disabled students will be reviewed before it goes live, it has been confirmed.
The council took almost 450 of the borough’s firms to court for failing to pay business rates, figures have revealed.
A councillor has defended the number of “truly affordable” homes homes built in Bexley over the past 12 months.
The chief executive of Bexley Council has announced she is quitting due to “changing personal circumstances”.
Demands to extend Crossrail to Ebbsfleet are gaining further momentum following recommendations from government to approve the plans.
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.
More than 1,400 homes in Bexley are sitting empty, despite a national housing crisis which has left thousands of families homeless.
Public health minister Steve Brine visited Bexleyheath on Thursday, June 7 to meet leading health professionals, officials and councillors.
Dodgy roads in Bexley cost the council more than £100,000 last year in payouts to disgruntled drivers and cyclists.
Throughout the rest of May and early June, each of Bexley’s libraries will be hosting a series of free teddy bear events for children aged 2-4.