Middle Park and Sutcliffe

Boris Johnson visited Eltham High Street on Bank Holiday Monday

Boris is pictured here with GLA candidate and Blackheath Westcombe Councillor Alex Wilson. 

Boris was greeted warmly by the shoppers on the High Street on what was a very wet day, with cars stopping and many people getting their photo taken with the Mayor of London.

Labour push ahead with High Street Plans despite strong local objections

Greenwich Council’s Labour Cabinet has agreed its controversial ‘Masterplan’ despite strong local objection from retailers like Marks and Spencers.

Labour reveal scorn for Eltham

Labour Deputy Leader admits he is only interested in Eltham for parking charges revenue.

At a recent Council meeting the Deputy Leader of the Labour Council slipped up and revealed his party’s true view of Eltham. 

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.


Middle Park & Sutcliffe No2AV Canvass

Conservatives were out in Middle Park & Sutcliffe ward today to canvass people's views on the AV referendum. 

For more information on the AV vote: http://www.conservatives.com/Campaigns/No_to_AV.aspx

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. 

Middle Park & Sutcliffe Conservatives oppose development on Huntsman's Field

With sufficient brown field sites in the borough, the Middle Park and Sutcliffe Conservatives will fight any development on Huntsman's field. Conservative Candidate Dr Arujuna Sivananthan wants to see the site returned to its original use as a playing field for community use.

David Gold, Conservative PPC for Eltham and Dr Arujuna Sivananthan doing the Blackheath Rail Survey

David Gold and Conservative Council candidate Dr Arujuna Sivananthan conducting the Blackheath Rail Survey to discover the impact of the cut in train services by South Eastern trains on passengers using Blackheath Train Station. Dr Arujuna Sivananthan slammed the reduction in train services as being the result of an "indolent Labour government which pays scant regard to the welfare of the residents in South East London and the self-absorbed Labour run Greenwich Council whose only aspiration is to retain power at the expense of residents".


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