Bexleyheath Civic Offices redevelopment
Improving services - Saving money - Driving regeneration - Revitalising communities.
Following the completion of legal agreements on Friday 15 February 2013, work started on the refurbishment of the former Woolwich building to convert it for use as Council offices. The Civic Offices at Watling Street, Bexleyheath, opened to the public on 12 May 2014.
All Council staff based at the former Civic Offices in the Broadway had moved to the Watling Street site by the end of May 2014. The Broadway site was officially handed over to its new owners, Tesco, from 2 June 2014.
Construction has also started on 126 new homes on land at the rear of the building, which Tesco has sold to Bellway Homes.
Further details can be found in our news releases below:
- Successful conclusion for first phase of Council's office moves
- We're moving
- Council set to hand over offices and car park
- Work to start on landmark town centre project
Previous press releases for the Bexley Civic Offices redevelopment can also be viewed at 2011/1012 Press releases - Bexleyheath Bexley First.
- Communications Full details for Communications