Charlton

TfL Act to Prevent Future Damage to Charlton Road Bridge

Cllr Geoff Brighty and Thomas Turrell work with London Assembly Member Gareth Bacon to get repairs to Charlton Road Bridge sorted.

Conservatives Attend Air Pollution Public Meeting

Wednesday evening (16th October) Deputy Leader of Greenwich Conservatives Cllr Nigel Fletcher and 2014 Conservative Candidate for Blackheath Westcombe Thomas Turrell attended the ‘No to Silvertown Tunnel’ public meeting to listen to the evidence against the tunnel.

Pot Holes in Charlton

Conservatives in Charlton have been taking action on the state of the roads in the area.

Council outlines vision for Woolwich but can’t answer ‘What went wrong’ in Eltham?

At a Council meeting this week, Councillors discussed plans for development on the Greenwich Peninsula, Woolwich and in Charlton, but were left asking ‘what went wrong’ in Eltham.

Labour’s policies hit our High Street shops

Conservatives are calling for Labour to change its decision to hike car parking charges yet again, after fears that they are seriously damaging High Streets around Greenwich.

Conservatives Stand Up for Public Transport Users in Charlton

Deputy Chairman of Greenwich Conservatives; Thomas Turrell and Gemma Robinson attend the Charlton Rail Users Group and stand up for local public transport users!

Local Conservatives Remember Forgotten Tragedy

On Friday 30th November 2012 Greenwich Conservatives Constituency Officer for Greenwich & Woolwich Toni Hale organised a local remembrance service to remember all those who sadly lost their lives in Sunfields place in Charlton ward.

Conservatives attend Charlton NHS Consultation

Local Conservatives attend Charlton NHS Consultation by Thomas Turrell On Monday 3rd December, Deputy Chairman of Greenwich Conservatives, Thomas Turrell and Gemma Robinson attended the consultation meeting on South London NHS trust’s proposals from the Special Administrator. The Trust Special Administrator was called in July 2012 following the news it was losing £1 million pounds every day. This dramatic overspending could not go on.

Greenwich Labour decide wealthy should be able to stay in Council housing

In a response to government proposals to force wealthy Council tenants to either pay market rents or move, Greenwich’s Labour Council has argued that high earners should not be forced to pay proper rents as it will reduce their disposable income.

Parks in chaos as Council cheats to hit ‘Green Flag’ target

Greenwich Conservatives today raised concerns over the Council’s planning and spending on parks across the borough as the website ‘Greenwich.co.uk’ revealed that the Labour Council had cheated to claim that 13 parks across the borough had reached ‘Green Flag’ status when in fact only ten had done so.

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