Eltham

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.

Conservatives Call Time on ‘Greenwich Time’

Greenwich Conservatives have welcomed a new law which has now come into force and is expected to stop tax-payer funded newspapers such as ‘Greenwich Time’, the weekly publication which the Labour Council have been distributing to households across the Borough.

Conservatives secure part-time travel card for commuters

The London Assembly Conservative group have secured a promise from Mayor of London Boris Johnson to introduce a part-time travelcard by January 2015.

Conservatives work to reduce Council Tax for flood victims

Eltham Councillor Spencer Drury has been working with residents of Westhorne Avenue who had their homes flooded over Christmas to ensure that the Council supports them at this difficult time. Spencer is currently asking the Council to make a formal commitment to use its discretionary powers to exempt residents who have had to leave their homes from Council Tax for the period of their absence.

Conservative pressure pays off as petrol station improvements begin

Following a year of pressure from Greenwich Conservative Council Leader Cllr Spencer Drury, steps are finally being taken to improve the traffic flow into the Tesco/Esso petrol station at Clifton’s roundabout; the junction of Sidcup Road and Westhorne Avenue. The Tesco/Esso management closed the petrol station for a few days last week to implement a new system of signing and road marking.

Survey reveals high level of mould and damp in council housing

A Conservative survey of council flats in Eltham North ward has revealed that over half of Council tower block flats are suffering from mould as a result of poor maintenance.

Council destroying High Streets while increasing residents parking profits

Data published today by independent charity the RAC Foundation has revealed that Greenwich Council has again increased its parking profits paid by residents this year. For the last three years parking charges and the cost of permits have more than doubled or trebled, and in some places charges in Eltham have gone up by 280%. In that time the council's profits from parking have soared by over 90%.

Conservatives urge residents to support an ‘Urgent Care Centre’ in Eltham

Despite having the idea of including an “Urgent Care Centre” (or Minor Injuries Unit) in the new Eltham Community Hospital rejected by the Labour Council in July this year, Conservatives are urging residents to respond to the “Right Care, First Time” consultation where the option is being actively considered.

Update on Eltham Parking Zone consultation

Councillors Adam Thomas and Spencer Drury met with local residents at the start of December to discuss the consultation on the creation of a new, large controlled parking zone (CPZ) across the Eltham area. The proposed area includes parts of four different wards including Eltham West and Middle Park & Sutcliffe in addition to Eltham North and Eltham South (which Spencer and Adam represent).

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