The London Borough of Bexley is responsible for a wide range of services across the borough and plays a key role in representing the interests of the local community.
To find further information on the Council and its strategies, your elected Councillors, as well as the latest job opportunities, please select a category below.
This map shows the location of properties in which the London Borough of Bexley holds an interest (excluding social housing and highway land).
The latest Council news, press releases and publications.
Find out more about how the Council makes decisions, Council meetings, and the names of your local councillors.
The budget and Council Tax for the financial year ahead is agreed by the Council in March each year.
Council and partner organisations job vacancies, careers in social work, help for job seekers and the latest apprenticeship vacancies.
At the London Borough of Bexley we are committed to putting you first, but we need your help to ensure we do that.
Information on the Council's corporate plan, business processes, risk management and equality and diversity.
The London Borough of Bexley abides by the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).
An emergency can occur at any time of the day and at any location in the borough.
Provides data and information on Bexley for the public, researchers, Council staff and its partners.
There are many ways to become involved in consultations and surveys about matters affecting Bexley borough.
The Community Right to Challenge is a provision in the Localism Act 2011.
The majority of Bexley's major ICT systems and services are hosted and managed by Northgate Public Services (Northgate) from a local base within the borough.
The London Borough of Bexley's website is designed to promote self service and to help the public find services as quickly as possible.
The London Borough of Bexley has four management groups which work together in a One Council approach.
Nominations are now open for the Staff Thanks and Recognition Scheme (STARS) 2016.