Blackheath Westcombe

Your Conservative Council Candidates: Councillor Geoff Brighty, Malcolm Reid & Thomas Turrell. 

Remember you have 3 votes on the 3rd May. 

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See below for news and updates from the team: 

Conservatives’ action over event

Following last year’s ‘Run to the Beat’ half-marathon, Cllr Geoff Brighty raised concerns about the chaos caused by road closures and a lack of information to residents. This has led to a commitment that better information will be provided in 2009, with a letter to residents with full road closure details, alternative routes, timings and pre-event and on the day contact details.

Geoff Brighty

Councillor for Blackheath Westcombe ward
Geoff has been a Conservative Councillor in Greenwich since 1982 and has represented Blackheath Westcombe Ward, where he has lived most of his life, since 2006. Geoff serves on the Planning Board, Greenwich Area Planning Committee the Licensing Committee and the General Purposes Committee and is currently the Opposition Whip.
Phone number: 
020 8921 5663
Address: 
Town Hall, Wellington St, London SE18 6PW

Greenwich Market Saved

In August, the Council’s Planning Board unanimously rejected plans to redevelop Greenwich Market by ripping up the cobbles, replacing a range of historic buildings with a modern bog-standard 5-storey hotel - completely out of character with the rest of historic Greenwich.

Conservatives lead protest over Lido summer closure

Greenwich Conservatives have expressed anger at the Labour Council’s decision to close  Hornfair Lido for the school summer holidays. In July, local Conservatives, led by Parliamentary Candidate Spencer Drury presented a petition to Council and called for the reopening of the Lido for August – a call rejected by Charlton’s Labour Councillors.

Conservatives support Old Dover Road shops

Local Conservatives have been supporting traders in the Old Dover Road Shopping Parade.  Last time, Greenwich Council raised the rent by an unacceptable 40%. Conservatives are calling for a rent freeze this year, to help Blackheath small businesses.

Spencer visits Charlton Lido

During the Summer, when the Lido was closed to the public, Cllr Spencer Drury (Parliamentary Candidate for Greenwich and Woolwich) visited the Blackheath based swimming club which used the pool on a regular basis.

Climate camp arrives in Blackheath

Thousands of climate change protesters have settled on the Heath where they plan to make camp for a week.

General Election 1997

Date: 
1 May, 1997 (All day)
Election held 1st May 1997    
     

Cllr A Wilson & Cllr Spencer Drury inspect graded glass put down by Greenwich Council

Cllr A Wilson & Cllr Spencer Drury inspect graded glass put down by Greenwich Council during the recent cold snap at the begining of the year. After speaking the the council the Council's Cleansweep dept has removed the glass.

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