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: 

Police Numbers Fall as Drug Crime Rises

A quick glance through the pages of Greenwich Time would give you the impression that our borough is becoming an increasingly safe place to live.  But the reality is that Violence against the person, Robbery, Burglary, and Gun Crime all rose from 2004 to 2005, and Drug Crime was up by a third across the borough.

Council Tax to Rise above Inflation

Labour is putting up Council Tax by nearly 4% this year, at a time w

Conservatives Highlight Massive Increase in Train Crime

There has been a truly alarming rise in violent crime on trains in the past five years.

A new Leader, a new Approach

David Cameron’s election last year as leader of the Cons

Local Survey identifies key concerns

A survey conducted by your local Conservative team has identified a number of

Meet Your Local Conservative Team

The Conservative team currently working hard to highlight your concerns about crim

Reduction in Police Constables under Labour

Newly published government figures show the number of special police constables employed by the Met has fallen by 57% since 1997. Special constables are voluntary uniformed police officers and assist regular police officers in frontline policing duties.

Cameron Leads the Way

Greenwich Conservatives would like to welcome David Cameron as the new leader of the Conservative pa

Proposed Swimming Pool is Not Up to Standard

The specifications for the swimming pool in the new £20 million leisure complex at Sun Yard in Eltham have been criticised as not being up to standard and a missed opportunity.   Conservative Councillors in Greenwich have said that the new development would have been an ideal time to provide new and improved facilities which would benefit the whole of Greenwich.  However the proposed plans do n

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