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Calls for full 53 bus route to be re-instated

Greenwich Conservatives have added their support to calls for the full 53 bus route to Whitehall to be re-instated by Transport for London.

New Leader of the Opposition in Greenwich

Greenwich Conservatives have unanimously elected Councillor Matt Hartley as the new Leader of the Opposition in the Royal Borough, with Councillor Mark Elliott elected Deputy Leader and Councillor Geoff Brighty re-elected as Opposition Whip.

General Election results

The voting is over and the counting is done - and we would like to thank everyone in Greenwich who voted Conservative in last week's General Election, and the council by-election in Greenwich West ward held on the same day.

Greenwich Council wastes £200,000 following poor planning for places

Greenwich Council’s failure to plan enough school places for this September means that the new school buildings at Thomas Tallis will soon be joined by temporary portacabins, which will cost £200,000 more than necessary because of the dreadful deal signed with the developers.

Labour Council accused of letting down local Scouts

Eltham Councillor, Spencer Drury has accused the Labour Council of letting down Royal Greenwich District Scouts by failing to confirm the lease on their centre at Briset Road in Eltham (named ‘The Hub’).

Rail Minister listens to Southeastern concerns

Rail Minister Claire Perry MP has praised the Sort It, Southeastern commuter campaign after listening to concerns about the company at a meeting with Conservative Parliamentary Candidate Matt Hartley.

Supporting clean up day in Greenwich & Blackheath

Greenwich Conservatives joined volunteers from across both Greenwich and Lewisham in a community clean up of Blackheath and the Point in Greenwich. Among the volunteers were Conservative councillors Geoff Brighty and Matt Hartley as well as the Conservative candidate in the forthcoming Greenwich West by-election Thomas Turrell.

Safer crossing at Shooters Hill Road / Stratheden Road? - TfL Proposals

Following consultation with local residents a year ago TfL has said that it will be going ahead with its proposed pedestrian and cycle improvements at the junction of the A2 Shooters Hill Road with Stratheden Road and Prince of Wales Road. As local residents know only too well it is a difficult place for pedestrians and cyclists wanting to cross and the TfL proposals are aimed at improving the situation.

Greenwich Conservatives select council by-election candidate

Community activist Thomas Turrell has been selected by Greenwich Conservatives to contest the forthcoming Greenwich West ward council by-election, being held on the same day as the General Election on 7th May.

Crossing time extended in Blackheath village

Conservative Councillor for Blackheath Westcombe ward, Geoff Brighty, has secured longer crossing time for Blackheath commuters. Last month Geoff contacted Transport for London (TfL) to raise the issue of the timing of the lights of the pedestrian crossing opposite Blackheath railway station.

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