News

Government acts on "Greenwich Time" Propaganda

The Government has taken action to stop Greenwich Council's misuse of taxpayers' money on promoting itself with its weekly "Greenwich Time" propaganda newspaper.

Local Conservatives work to set up Neighbourhood Watch network

Following their recent residents’ survey, local Conservatives in Coldharbour, Mottingham & New Eltham ward have been working to establish a network of local Neighbourhood Watch groups in the area.

Conservative councillors work with residents to save historical Eltham site

Conservative councillors Adam Thomas and Matt Clare working with Riefield Road Residents' Association, have managed to prevent the over development of 157 Bexley Road, after a further application was put in by developers for a 3 storey block of flats. 

The former Farm House of the original Avery Hill estate was set to be demolished and replaced with a block of flats.  The site at 157 Bexley Roa

Firepower move a "Missed Opportunity"

The departure of the "Firepower" military museum from its Woolwich Arsenal site would be a missed opportunity, Conservatives have said.

Leaseholders struggle as service charges soar

Greenwich Conservatives are suggesting that the Labour-run Council has been steadily raising the charges faced by leaseholders over recent years leaving many of them struggling to pay the amounts demanded. Despite Council claims that average charges for leaseholders have reduced by 7% over the last three years, in one Council block in Eltham, the charges are now over £1,000 having risen by 68% over the same period.

Geoff and Thomas Back Space for Cycling in Blackheath Westcombe

2014 Conservative Candidates for Blackheath Westcombe ward Cllr Geoff Brighty and Thomas Turrell have both given their support for the ‘Space for Cycling Campaign’ which aims to make the roads in the ward safer for cyclists.

Enviornment Agency report to Council Committee

Middle Park and Sutcliffe Candidate Ben Mawji attended a Council Scrutiny Panel meeting where the Environment Abency reported back on the flooding of properties at Westhorne Avenue over Christmas. Many residents have been moved out of their homes with little prospect of returning before the summer.

Labour admits it has ‘no plans’ for The Mound

A Labour Cabinet Member has admitted that the Labour-run council has 'no plans' for the regeneration of the shopping precinct on the Coldharbour estate, even as local Conservatives’ Mend The Mound campaign continues to extract concessions from the council on improvements to the shops.

Government minister comes home to Eltham

Woolwich born Government minister, the MP John Hayes has come back to Eltham where he was brought up, to visit the renovated Tudor Barn and meet with the restaurant’s proprietor Marcus Luck , Local Conservative Councillors and members of the Progress Estate Residents Association.

Blackheath Litter Pick

Lewisham and Greenwich Councils organised a spring clean on Blackheath following an initiative from the Mayor of London.

Pages