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Environment

The London Borough of Bexley provides a range of Environmental Services which ensure the borough is clean, safe and free from pollution, and developed in a controlled and sustainable manner.

Our services include waste and recycling, roads and pavements, building control and environmental health. To find further information on these services please select a category below.

Recycling, rubbish and waste

Recycling, rubbish and waste

Last year (2014/15), thanks to your hard work, we recycled 54% of the waste collected.

Planning

Planning

Helping to protect the environment of Bexley, while promoting economic growth through sustainable development.

Building control

Building Control

This service ensures that standards of building meet the needs necessary to protect the health and safety of everyone as determined by government regulation.

Parking

Parking

Information about parking in your area.

Streets and traffic

Streets and traffic

Information about road safety and how to report graffiti or abandoned vehicles in your area.

Environmental health

Environmental health

Public protection services make Bexley a better place by improving housing, the environment, consumer interests and public safety.

Animal welfare

Animal welfare

Report a stray dog or find out more about the licences necessary to run animal related businesses and establishments.

Conservation

Conservation

Information on the borough's conservation areas and addresses, environmental policies and building restrictions.

Planning Strategy

Planning policy

What can be built, where, and how buildings are used has to meet the long term public interest.

Pollution control

Pollution control

Dealing with a wide range of pollution matters which include noise, air and land pollution.

Regeneration and Growth

The Belvedere Cob

Bexley is well placed to benefit from a number of new developments planned for London, Kent and the wider south east.

Trees

Trees

The benefits of trees and woodlands in the urban environment are now widely recognised.