Eltham North

Conservatives Criticise bogus consultation

On Friday the Woolwich based Labour Council opened a consultation on introducing parking charges on Eltham High Street, but Conservatives fear that the result is already a forgone conclusion.

 

Conservatives take bold steps to save Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary Hospitals

Greenwich Conservatives welcomed news, announced on Friday, that the Coalition Government had agreed to provide extra funding to address the crippling debt crisis at South London Healthcare Trust, which includes both Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary Hospitals. 

 

Council to repair fencing at Lovelace Green

This evening Eltham North Councillor Spencer Drury met with Progress Residents’ Association Committee Member Keith Billingshurst and a Council Officer to discuss the future of the fencing at Lovelace Green.

 

Labour ignores Eltham's parking concerns

Greenwich Council has failed to address residents concerns about the introduction of parking charges on Eltham High Street and has instead given an irrelevant response to a petition with hundreds of signatures.

 

Ofsted challenges Greenwich over Sixth Form education

At Greenwich Council’s Cabinet last week Labour Councillors were presented with a report from Ofsted which challenged the Council over the performance of primary schools and Sixth Forms in the borough. 

 

Eltham DLR plans hang on a tightrope

At Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting Greenwich Council’s Labour Cabinet agreed to commission a further study to consider the feasibility of extending the Docklands Light Railway to Eltham. 

 

Government pays off a third of Council debts

Greenwich Cabinet was informed on Tuesday evening that it was to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the Coalition Government’s proposed reform of the way Council housing is funded. 

 

Council consults on cycle parking for Eltham High Street

Greenwich Council has decided to consult this week on proposals to install parking for bicycles on Eltham High Street.

Does the MP for Greenwich and Woolwich not like Woolwich?

On Tuesday Chairman of Greenwich Conservatives Malcolm Reid, Leader of the Conservative Group Cllr Spencer Drury and GLA Candidate Cllr Alex Wilson attended the hearings held by the Boundary Commission at Lewisham Town Hall to consult over the proposed new parliamentary constituency boundaries.

 

Hornfair Park shows Greenwich Labour’s neglect

Local residents will have noticed that the Council opened a new BMX track at Hornfair Park at the start of September; however, Greenwich Conservatives Leader Councillor Spencer Drury writes that the park tells visitors much more about what is wrong with Labour’s policy for parks around our borough. 

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