Our objective is to ensure Sidcup is attractive, well-presented and looked after.

E.g. Improving concerns regarding littering & waste management, providing colourful planting and information banners, enhanced pavement cleaning, improving problems regarding crime, anti-social behaviour, shoplifting & loitering and organising a series of town centre events, promotional activities and high quality markets.

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Bexleyheath businesses have voted YES again for the town centre Business Improvement District. 

The vote for a Business Improvement District (BID) for a third successive term means that the BID will continue to generate important extra funds and give businesses a greater say in how the town is managed.  

Published: 19 Jul 2021

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Funding and support for businesses during Coronavirus

We are pleased to share with you details relating to funding and support for businesses during coronavirus

Published: 19 Jul 2021

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Summer Reading Challenge

Local children are invited to sign up from Saturday 10 July to read six books this summer as part of Wild World Heroes, Summer Reading Challenge 2021.

Published: 19 Jul 2021

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New South Eastern 707 Train

Beginning in the autumn the new additions will increase the amount of space available on the Metro routes from Dartford, Sevenoaks and Hayes into London terminals.

Published: 9 Jul 2021

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Are you re-opening your business, or planning to do so shortly?

If you haven’t submitted your June furlough claims yet, you must do so by the deadline of Wednesday‌‌ ‌14‌‌ ‌July.

Published: 9 Jul 2021

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Virtual Host and Support information event

Monday 19 July at 6.30pm

Published: 9 Jul 2021

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