Eltham North

Andrew Lansley at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital

In 2005, Shadow Secretary of State for Health Andrew Lansley visited the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and met with the Chief Executive to discuss potential cuts.

Report reveals £18m of cuts at the Queen Elizabeth

Last week the Annual Report and Accounts of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital NHS Trust 2006/07 was received by your Eltham Nor

Planning permission granted for Welcome Inn

On Wednesday 26th September Planning Permission was granted for the redevelopment of the Welcome Inn by the Eltham and Kidbrooke Planning and Environment Committee.

Boris Johnson wins mayoral vote

Boris Johnson has been elected as the Conservative candidate for London Mayor. Over 20,000 people voted in the election, and Boris received 79% of the votes.

A delighted Boris said, "I'd like to thank Londoners for giving me this opportunity."

"As I visited all of London's 32 boroughs in the last few weeks, the message is loud and clear - King Newt's days are numbered."

Conservatives win promise of improvements for Progress Hall

After continual pressure from Cllr Spencer Drury over the last six months, the Counc

Conservatives stand up for Sowerby residents

Councillor Dermot Poston has been very concerned about recent anti-social behavour at Sowerby Close and, as residents there will know, he presented their petition to a full Council Meeting. One really troublesome resident was evicted as a result. The problems at Sowerby have ranged from misuse of alcohol and drugs through to criminal damage and verbal abuse.

Update on Castlewood Reservoir work

Residents will have noticed at the start of June that Westmount Road has been partially blocked off to allow work on pipes under the road.

Labour Councillor talks nonsense?

Often the claim that a politician is talking nonsense is merely an expression of derision for their views. Greenwich Conservatives hope that this is not an accusation that will be levelled at us in this particular case.  

Graffiti in the Garden

Gardeners have spent time planting a beautiful array of roses, but the view is spoilt as the Council does not spend enough on graffiti clearance.

Conservatives force Council to fix water leak

Following questions from Conservative Shadow Cabinet Member for Greener Greenwich Cllr Graeme Coombes, t


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