Over the past four years they have fulfilled their promise by supporting three new primary schools (Langley Park, Harris Shortlands and La Fontaine) and three secondary schools (Bromley Beacon, Bullers Wood School for Boys and Eden Park High School) serving Bromley children.
A Health and Wellbeing Centre is now planned to open in Bromley Town, with greater GP capacity and additional primary services such as out-patient, x-rays and maternity services.
Nicky Dykes said: “Since being elected as a Bromley Town councillor in 2012, I have fought tooth and nail for new primary and secondary schools. I am proud that local parents have a great selection of schools to send their children to – 90% of which are Ofsted rated as good or outstanding.”
Michael Rutherford added: “We’re all very excited about the new Health and Wellbeing Centre. It’ll give residents access to services locally that previously they had to travel miles to find.”