Greenwich West

Cycling into confusion in Greenwich

Cllr Spencer Drury writes “Today I attended a meeting between Greenwich Council Officers and a police officer to look at the signs telling cyclists where they could and could not ride in the area of the Cutty Sark. 

Conservative Councillor opposes redevelopment of Greenwich Market at Appeal

 

On the 9th of September, Eltham North Conservative Councillor and Planning Board member Dermot Poston spoke at Greenwich Hospital’s appeal against the Council’s decision to deny planning permission to its redevelopment of Greenwich Market.

 

Transition Greenwich and Traffic Meeting about Greenwich Town Centre

On Tuesday 20th July, local Conservative representatives Ryan Acty (Greenwich West) and Malcolm Reid (Peninsula) attended the Transition Greenwich forum to discuss how best to balance the various transport, business, residential and visitor requirements of Greenwich Town Centre in terms of traffic management. The meeting was held in St Alfege’s Church Hall and was well attended by local residen

Transition Greenwich and Traffic Meeting about Greenwich Town Centre

 

Transition Westcombe and other Transition Towns in Greenwich are joining together to organize meetings about issues which affect a wide area, and are forming a network called Transition Greenwich.

 

New plan announced for Greenwich Town Centre

 

During the consultation at Davenport house last weekend, a number of Conservatives responded to the Council's preferred option for a one-way gyratory system clockwise on Creek Rd, Greenwich Church St, Greenwich High Rd and Norman Rd.

 

Among comments made to different Conservatives visiting the consultation were:

 

Public Exhibition for Stockwell St Market redevelopment

The University of Greenwich are showing off their draft proposals for the former Market site at Stockwell Street. Their outline plan shows off their new building for the Faculty of Architecture and Construction, along with a new Learning Resource Centre.

Making your mind up in West Greenwich

With less than a day of campaigning left for all parties it is time to make your mind up.

The figures from the last election for which ward figures are available are from the GLA Elections in 2008 show that only the Conservatives can beat Labour here to change Greenwich West.

The percentage of the vote then was as follows:

Practical Support for our Armed Services

File 480 Greenwich Conservatives have made a positive commitment to provide support to Armed Forces Service leavers in the Borough by counting their time in the Services towards an allocation for housing.  

Labour resort to scare tactics in West Greenwich

 Following on from another weekend of delivering to West Greenwich homes, it was apparent that the local Labour Council has resorted to scare tactics by intimidating Greenwich tenants.

Mary, Ryan and Simon by Royal Hill

Greenwich West Team: Mary, Ryan and Simon by Royal Hill

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