Eltham West

Eltham North Councillors lead delivery on Progress Estate

Eltham North Councillors Nigel Fletcher (left) and Spencer Drury (right) joined fellow Conservatives to deliver leaflets to the Progress Estate this weekend.  They are pictured here outside the Progress Hall, with its 'London Borough of Greenwich' title still waiting to be updated by the Council. 

Conservatives Criticise bogus consultation

On Friday the Woolwich based Labour Council opened a consultation on introducing parking charges on Eltham High Street, but Conservatives fear that the result is already a forgone conclusion.

 

Eltham DLR plans hang on a tightrope

At Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting Greenwich Council’s Labour Cabinet agreed to commission a further study to consider the feasibility of extending the Docklands Light Railway to Eltham. 

 

Gardening on the Progress Estate

On Wednesday Eltham Conservatives joined Chair of the Progress Residents’ Association Rita Bygrave to help sort out the gardens of residents of Moira Road who were struggling to maintain them.

Labour reject Conservative proposal to support Eltham’s small shops

CONSERVATIVES have condemned a decision by Greenwich Council Labour Councillors, to vote unanimously against supporting small shops in the Eltham area.    At full council (Wednesday 1st June) the Conservative’s put forward a motion, asking the Eltham Regeneration Agency to investigate the idea of creating an internet shopping facility for small shops and business in the Eltham area (including Ne

Councillor attends consultation on future for Eltham Baths

On Friday, Eltham North Councillor Spencer Drury attended the consultation displaying the plans for the Eltham Baths site.

The plans include flats and houses mainly intended for shared ownership.  In addition there were plans for flats to be allocated specifically for older people. 

Theresa Villiers with David Gold at the Turdor Barn

The Shadow Secretary of State for Transport, Theresa Villiers along with David Gold and local Conservatives meet at the Turdor Barn before heading off to talk to local residents in Eltham West.

Eltham Green victory!

Residents forced Greenwich Council into a major U-turn after digging a path through the historic Eltham Green without any consultation. They were joined in their opposition by local parliamentary candidate David Gold, who also enlisted Nick Herbert MP, the Shadow Cabinet Minister responsible for the environment.

Conservatives keep up pressure over High Street

In August, Conservatives revealed that the Eltham Regeneration Agency (ERA) promised by Labour as part of their budget in February had still to employ a single person. The ERA was proposed as part of Labour’s budget and should have received £250,000 a year for four years.

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