Eltham North

Council agrees planning permission for the Coronet

At a Planning Board meeting tonight (Thursday 30th October 2008) Co

Dinner with the Deputy Mayor of London

In October the Deputy Mayor of London Ian Clement visited Eltham North to attend a dinner.  Ian was joined by Leader of the Opposition on Greenwich Council Cllr Spencer Drury (left) and GLA member and Bexley Councillor Gareth Bacon (right).

Labour fly the gravy plane to Beijing

Greenwich’s Labour Council flew six people (including two Councillors) business class to see the Olympic Games in Beijing last month at a cost of £14,000 to Council taxpayers.

Archery Road residents appeal to GLA member

On Wednesday (23rd July) GLA assembly member Gareth Bacon joined Eltham North ward Councillo

Movement on Lidls and Co-op

There have been some recent changes to the situation with two of the largest sites on Eltham High Street.

Greenwich schools face closure

The National Challenge launched by the Labour government has left at least four Greenwich secondary schools facing closure if their exam results don’t improve.

Labour choose propaganda over services

CONSERVATIVES have called on Labour to come clean about exactly how much it spends on its newsletter Greenwich Time as the council starts delivering it weekly. There has been no public statement about the extra cost of delivering 48 issues to every household in the borough and it was not specifically approved as part of the Council’s budget.

Conservatives fight for local Post Office

At the March Council meeting Eltham North Councillor Spencer Drury presented a petition signed by over 650 people opposing the closure of the Sub Post Office at 263 Eltham High Street.

Archery Road petitions reported back to Council

Council agrees to further traffic survey but rejects speed humps   At February’s full Council meeting reports were received on petitions presented by Eltham North Councillor Spencer Drury on behalf of residents of Archery Road. The two petitions requested a width restriction at the end of Glenlea Road (to prevent lorries and coaches using the road as a cut through) and humps along the road (to reduce the speed traffic was travelling at).  

Conservatives fight cuts at the Queen Elizabeth

At the February Council meeting Conservative Councillors objected to the cuts to hospitals across South East London (and the Queen

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