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Waste4Fuel in the High Court

Waste4Fuel have been given 28 days in order to prepare their case against action brought by the Environment Agency, arising from contempt of court proceedings that progress in clearing the site has not been satisfactory.

Cancer Centre takes a step closer to completion

James Brokenshire has welcomed the news that the application to build a new state-of-the-art Cancer Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital has been granted following a meeting of Bexley Council’s Planning Committee.

Budget 2014

James Brokenshire has welcomed the changes set out in the Chancellor’s budget statement, which will support savers, reform pensions, provide further support for Britain’s businesses and help people keep more of their earnings.

Waste 4 Fuel Enforcement Action

The Environment Agency has taken further legal action against the operators of Waste 4 Fuel at Cornwall Drive, St Pauls Cray.

Discussing the future of Queen Mary's

Bexley residents will have the opportunity to find out more about developments at Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup at a meeting at the Bexley Civic Offices on 20 March.

James calls for better rail delay compensation

James Brokenshire has called for the Department for Transport to examine options for Southeastern commuters to receive compensation in the same way as Tube passengers when services are delayed.