Work has started on a £5.2 million public-realm improvement programme expected to provide a significant economic boost to Bromley town centre.
Chinese developer ZhongRong Holdings is firming up proposals to develop an exact replica of the original 900,000 sq feet Crystal Palace building, constructed to house the Great Exhibition of 1851.
Bromley College has secured £4.5 million in funding to develop a new sports centre at its main campus.
Bromley councillors have given the green light to new signs that will rebrand the Glades Shopping Centre as Intu Bromley.
Regeneration specialist bptw has submitted a planning application to the London Borough of Bromley for a mixed use development on an industrial building site in Maybrey.
An audience of around 45 people gathered in soaring summer temperatures yesterday evening [17 July 2013] at the Bromley Civic Centre to engage in a lively debate about the office market potential in the borough.
Insurance group Direct Line is closing its South Croydon operations and relocating around 168 staff to its headquarters in Bromley, according to reports.
Bromley Council is hosting a debate on the outer London office market on 17 July, followed by a networking event.
Developer London Square has bought the Grade II-listed former Bromley offices of union Unite for £20 million and is planning a development of up to 23 homes.
Odeon Cinema has exchanged contracts to open its seven screen multiplex cinema in Orpington in 2014.