Eltham North

Conservatives call for the return of free parking on empty road behind Eltham Station

Following the introduction of pay and display parking in a section of road with no residents living on it, Eltham Conservatives have called for Greenwich Council to change course and return to free parking on Glenlea Road.

Councillor sows the seeds of change on allotment concession charges

Greenwich Council has decided to reintroduce concessionary rates for pensioners following questions from Eltham Conservative Councillor Spencer Drury. The U-turn was confirmed following Spencer raising the issue at both the January and February meetings of the Council.

Extra speed humps make it a rollercoaster ride for Kidbrooke residents

Residents ‎of Broad Walk in Kidbrooke have been left with a road punctuated with speed humps every few metres after Greenwich Council added more bumps before Christmas but failed to remove the existing ones.

Council finally confirms progress on car park for Coronet development

Years of questions from Conservative Councillor for Eltham North Spencer Drury finally seem to be yielding some sort of progress on the building of a car park outside the old Coronet cinema at Well Hall (now Kinesis Gym).

Update on Bakerloo line extension proposal

Local Conservatives support call for Tube extension to benefit south-east London

Scoreboard finally secured

After years of not working, commitment is given to new scoreboard for Eltham Swimming Pool

Zac Goldsmith chosen as Conservative Mayoral Candidate

Voters across London have chosen South London MP Zac Goldsmith as the Conservative candidate for Mayor of London after Boris Johnson announced he would not for a third term.

Councillors respond to Eltham High Street plans

Councillors submit response to regeneration plans for Eltham Hight Street after consultation with residents, traders and community groups

New weekend night service for 132 bus

Transport for London have announced that as of September 12th the 132 bus will run a new night service on Fridays and Saturdays to reflect the increased demand on buses at nights.

Conservatives get tough on rogue employers

The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has announced tough new measures to crack down on employers who do not pay their staff the statutory minimum wage. The plans will be roled out ahead of the introduction of the national living wage next year.

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