Here you can find out about current London Borough of Bexley and partnership consultations.
- Bexley property asset map
- Council news
- Councillors, elections and democracy
- Council budgets and spending
- National Fraud Initiative
- Jobs and careers
- Comments, complaints, questions
- Requesting data
- Dealing with emergencies
- Information Observatory
- The community right to challenge
- ICT services
- Council website
- Senior Council Officers
- Staff Thanks and Recognition Scheme
There are many ways to become involved in consultations and surveys about matters affecting Bexley borough.
To find out more about current consultations and the results of past consultations, please visit Current consultations.
Discussions and keeping up to date
You can also keep up-to-date with local issues via Facebook, Twitter, blogging and alerts. For more information visit Get connected. You can also keep up to date with the latest news via the Council's weekly Bexley Bulletin and its quarterly Bexley Magazine.
Other ways to get involved
Other ways to get involved include interaction with:
- Bexley Community Policing Engagement Group
- Bexley Safer Neighbourhoods team contacts
- Bexley Police - Get involved
- Contacting your local councillor
- Council meetings
This list is not exhaustive and there will often be other opportunities from time to time.
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The consultations in this section are now closed and are listed for information purposes.
The consultations in this section closed in 2013 and are listed for information purposes.
The consultations in this section closed in 2014 and are listed for information purposes.
The consultations in this section closed in 2015 and are listed for information purposes.
The Council has adopted a Petitions Scheme that sets out how people living, working or studying in the borough can submit petitions.
An opinion survey carried out in 2012 revealed that more than seven out of ten local residents would recommend the London Borough of Bexley to their family and friends as a place to live or work.