Eltham South

Progress on Court Road, but more to be done

Conservative campaigner Matt Clare has welcomed the installation of a speed activated sign on Court Road after presenting a petition of over 140 signatures of local residents to Greenwich Council which raised serious concerns about the safety of Court Road.  In the last 4 years there have been two fatal accidents presenting a danger to both pedestrians and drivers, as well as cars crashing into gardens and walls.
 

Conservatives help to clean up Avery Hill Park

Local Conservative campaigner Adam Thomas recently joined members of the Friends of Avery Hill Park to help with a community litter pick.  File 490

Conservatives support residents on housing

Cllr Eileen Glover has been working closely with residents in Hambledown Road and Greenhithe Close regarding Greenwich Council's proposals for housing development in the area.

Accidents on Court Road

Councillors Glover and King were successful in getting yellow lines painted on one side of Court Road. Thanks to the perseverance of some local residents part of the accident black spot area near Tarnwood Park/Woodmere is now surfaced with anti-skid material.

Adam Thomas

Adam Thomas served as a Conservative councillor Eltham South from 2010 to 2014.  He has lived in the area for a number of years, and as a local school governor has campaigned to ensure the council properly supports our local schools and allows them to be as successful as possible. He has also worked hard to ensure that our environment, in particular our green spaces, is properly maintained.

Matt Clare

Councillor for Eltham South ward
Matt was first elected to Greenwich Council in 2010, and is the Shadow Cabinet Member for Community Safety and the Environment. He currently works as European Head of Customer Service for a bank.
Phone number: 
07764 197837
Address: 
7 Woodmere, Eltham, SE9 5NT

Action for Commuters

In a meeting with Network Rail, David Gold raised concerns about the overcrowding on many  trains to and from central London at peak times. He sought assurances that longer platforms and more rolling stock would be introduced to improve the comfort of hard pressed commuters. He also met with Transport for London to press the issue of the Blackwall Tunnel tidal flow. David also raised the issue of poor behaviour on trains and buses.

Elizabeth Truss

Elizabeth was elected to Greenwich Council in 2006, representing Eltham South ward, and stood down in 2010. In May 2010 Elizabeth became the MP for South West Norfolk. She is currently an Education Minister.

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