The ‘revitalised’ Bexleyheath Broadway has
won some award or other and resulted in “a 55% reduction in the number of
vacant units”. I’d love to see the actual figures. Has the number of vacant
shops really halved?
Motorists and pedestrians alike who have just got used to the changes and the absence of daily gridlock will be pleased to know that preliminary planning of more of the same from Church Road towards Crook Log is underway. Well it is undeniably scruffy looking there.
This you will note is a case of TfL planning and funding a scheme and then running a fancy party to give themselves an award for doing so. Can there be any wonder that taxes are so high?