Eltham West

Potholes go untended as Labour-run Council’s ‘hands are tied’

As residents’ complaints over the growing number of potholes increase, Greenwich Conservatives reveal that the Council’s Highways accounts contain a substantial surplus

Greenwich Conservatives launch 2018 local elections manifesto

Local Conservatives in Greenwich have launched their manifesto for the 2018 council elections, outlining their campaigning priorities if elected to Greenwich Council in the elections on Thursday 3rd May.

Conservative candidates for the 2018 Greenwich Council elections

51 Conservative candidates will contest the May 2018 Greenwich Council elections.

Bus Reliability Improvement Measures Result of Conservative Petition

The Blackheath Westcombe Conservative Team, made up of Cllr Geoff Brighty, Malcolm Reid and Thomas Turrell, have welcomed news that Transport for London (TfL) are reviewing a range of measures to improve bus reliability in the area following a petition run by the team last year.

Conservatives propose lower council tax rise, more help for the vulnerable & action on flytipping

Conservative councillors in Greenwich are set to oppose the Labour-run Council’s planned 2.99% Council Tax rise at a meeting on Wednesday night (28th February) – instead proposing a fully-costed budget alternative that would deliver a lower council tax rise, more support for vulnerable residents and action on flytipping.

Further Conservative candidates selected for May 2018 council elections

A further 12 candidates have been selected to stand for Greenwich Conservatives in the local council elections on May 3rd. Candidates have been selected for Eltham West, Greenwich West, Peninsula and Woolwich Riverside wards, joining other candidates already selected in Eltham and Blackheath on the local Conservative team for the elections.

James Worron

2018 Council Candidate for Eltham West
James Worron has been selected to stand as a Conservative candidate in Eltham West ward in the May 2018 council elections. James lives in Eltham West ward, in Kidbrooke Village. He has lived in the Royal Borough of Greenwich for the past 7 years and is a long-standing campaigner on local issues. He is a commuter into central London where he works advising businesses investing into the UK. In his spare time he is the trustee of a local charity which supports abuse victims.
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Jim Davis

2018 Council Candidate for Eltham West
Jim Davis has been selected to stand as a Conservative candidate in Eltham West ward in the May 2018 council elections. Jim has lived in Eltham for the last 20 years, bringing up his family locally. Both his children went to school locally and he has been involved locally in the community during that time. He has worked in financial services since the 1980s and started the campaign Disconnex against South Eastern’s rail predecessor.
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Gemma Turrell

2018 Council Candidate for Eltham West
Gemma Turrell has been selected to stand in Eltham West ward in the May 2018 council elections. Gemma has lived in the borough since 2010, and currently lives on Kidbrooke Park Road with her husband and two cats. Gemma works locally in administration and uses the 286/ 132 bus daily and is frustrated by the lack of local bus connections. Gemma supported the successful campaign to secure a new Kidbrooke Village to North Greenwich bus route.
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Conservatives call for X161 bus route to spread Crossrail benefits

Local Conservative councillors in Greenwich are campaigning for a new ‘X161’ express bus route help tackle the borough’s north-south transport divide. The new ‘X161’ express route would run from Mottingham to Crossrail, via Eltham and Shooters Hill – aiming to spread the benefits of greater connectivity to central London to many more local residents.

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