Coldharbour and New Eltham

Local Conservatives work to set up Neighbourhood Watch network

Following their recent residents’ survey, local Conservatives in Coldharbour, Mottingham & New Eltham ward have been working to establish a network of local Neighbourhood Watch groups in the area.

Labour admits it has ‘no plans’ for The Mound

A Labour Cabinet Member has admitted that the Labour-run council has 'no plans' for the regeneration of the shopping precinct on the Coldharbour estate, even as local Conservatives’ Mend The Mound campaign continues to extract concessions from the council on improvements to the shops.

Council’s two-year block on new Cafe at The Mound

The council has been blocking a potential new Cafe on the Coldharbour estate for the past two years, it has emerged, as local Conservatives continue their ‘Mend The Mound’ campaign for the regeneration of the local shops.

Conservative team’s campaign to ‘Mend The Mound’ secures first success

Local Conservatives’ campaign to ‘Mend The Mound’ by forcing the Labour-run Council to end its neglect of the Coldharbour shops has secured its first success, with a commitment from the council to improve lighting in the area.

Victory for ‘Save the Porcupine’ campaign as LiDL plan rejected

Conservatives in Coldharbour, Mottingham & New Eltham ward are celebrating tonight after LiDL’s plans to demolish the Porcupine Pub were rejected unanimously by Bromley Council’s planning committee. The victory for Save The Porcupine campaigners in the village follows more than a year of work against LiDL’s plan.

Local Conservatives secure last minute Council u-turn over the Porcupine

Local Conservatives have secured a last-minute u-turn from Labour-run Greenwich Council after its “ridiculous” decision to raise no objection to LiDL’s plans to demolish Mottingham’s Porcupine pub. The move comes as a decision on the deeply unpopular planning application is due from Bromley Council’s planning committee this Thursday (20th February).

Greenwich Conservatives call on Greenwich Council to support the 2014 Real Poppy campaign to commemorate the centenary of WW1

Councillor John Hills has called on Greenwich Council to support the Royal British Legion and Imperial War Museum campaign to see the UK covered in real Flanders poppies during August 2014, the centenary of the start of the First World War in which over 37 million people were killed or wounded.

Spencer Drury selected by Conservatives for Parliamentary seat of Eltham

Cllr Spencer Drury, Councillor for Eltham North and Leader of the Opposition on Greenwich Council, has been selected by the Conservatives to fight the Parliamentary seat of Eltham.

Dinner with Dermot

Wednesday, 12 February, 2014 - 19:30
Cllr Dermot Poston was first elected to Greenwich Council in 1968. This year, he is retiring from the Council and Eltham Conservatives are holding a small party to celebrate his contribution to our area over the years.

Council criticised for ‘sitting on its hands’ over fate of the Porcupine

Local Conservatives have criticised Greenwich council’s “ridiculous” decision not to raise any objection to controversial plans by supermarket chain LiDL to demolish Mottingham’s Porcupine pub.

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