Since it was announced, campaigners have wanted to extend the new Crossrail transport system to Ebbsfleet, and it could now happen.
The Met Police’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit is appealing for the public’s help to identify a man injured in a road traffic collision that they believe may be from Bexley.
As we prepare to welcome 2019, The Times takes a look at the first six months of the past year, and the biggest stories we have reported on. Tomorrow we’ll take a look at the second half of 2018.
Crossrail, London’s new east to west railway service, may be delayed even further and could require a £2billion funding boost, Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed.
Works to transform the streets and public areas in and around Abbey Wood Station continue to make good progress.
The delays to Crossrail will have a significant economic impact on Bexley residents, a councillor has warned.
A fraudster who stole tens of thousands of pounds from a Grenfell Tower victim fund and the NHS has been jailed for five-and-a-half years.
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.
Crossrail, London’s new east to west train service, will miss its December 2018 opening date target, it has been announced today (Friday, August 31).
A finance manager for Kensington and Chelsea Council has admitted defrauding around £60,000 from the Grenfell Tower victim fund.
A woman from Abbey Wood who worked for Kensington and Chelsea Council has been charged with fraud offences relating to the Grenfell Tower fire.
Demands to extend Crossrail to Ebbsfleet are gaining further momentum following recommendations from government to approve the plans.
The first trains have been on trial test runs to Abbey Wood on Crossrail’s new Elizabeth line at speeds up to 60mph.
Weybourne Care Home in Abbey Wood has recently been inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and has received a ‘Good’ rating across all areas.
Beauty therapists visited a Bexley hospice last week, where they set up their pop-up beauty salon to provide free treatment to patients, their family and staff.