James Brokenshire has welcomed the announcement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer of the outcome of the Government’s Spending Review to see that all government departments have the funding they need to deliver on the public’s priorities and to allow them to focus on Brexit.
Foots Cray Meadows has been nominated for the Fields in Trust UK’s Best Park award and James Brokenshire is encouraging constituents to support the park in a UK-wide competition organised by green space charity, Fields in Trust.
James Brokenshire has written to Transport for London to express his opposition to the proposed changes to the 492 bus route which is part of a number of proposed changes to bus routes in the Dartford and Crayford area.
Below is the text of the speech made by James Brokenshire, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, at the Generating Good Growth in the Thames Estuary Conference held in Northfleet on 16th July 2019.
James Brokenshire met with the Senior Public Affairs Manager at Royal Mail to discuss their five-year strategy for Old Bexley and Sidcup and their transformation from a letters business that delivers parcels to a parcels-led business.
James Brokenshire has paid tribute to the commitment and dedication to those serving in the Armed Forces as he attended a special ceremony to raise the Armed Forces Day Flag outside the Civic Offices in Bexleyheath.
James Brokenshire visited Hurstmere School to celebrate the importance of PE and school sport to young people’s wellbeing. The school is one of thousands across the UK taking part in YST National School Sport Week 2019, which runs from 24 to 28 June.
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