Potholes go untended as Labour-run Council’s ‘hands are tied’

As residents’ complaints over the growing number of potholes increase, Greenwich Conservatives reveal that the Council’s Highways accounts contain a substantial surplus

Local Conservatives support ‘No Toxic Cruise Port’ petition

Greenwich Conservatives have thrown their support behind the resident-led ‘No Toxic Cruise Port in Greenwich’ campaign, and its new petition calling for the planned Cruise Liner Terminal at Enderby Wharf to have either on-shore power or be scrapped.

Greenwich Conservatives launch 2018 local elections manifesto

Local Conservatives in Greenwich have launched their manifesto for the 2018 council elections, outlining their campaigning priorities if elected to Greenwich Council in the elections on Thursday 3rd May.

Conservative candidates for the 2018 Greenwich Council elections

51 Conservative candidates will contest the May 2018 Greenwich Council elections.

Greening Dinsdale Road

Residents in Dinsdale Road wanting to make their street greener and friendlier and to reduce the effects of traffic pollution organised a petition asking Greenwich Council to plant street trees.

Bus Reliability Improvement Measures Result of Conservative Petition

The Blackheath Westcombe Conservative Team, made up of Cllr Geoff Brighty, Malcolm Reid and Thomas Turrell, have welcomed news that Transport for London (TfL) are reviewing a range of measures to improve bus reliability in the area following a petition run by the team last year.

Conservatives propose lower council tax rise, more help for the vulnerable & action on flytipping

Conservative councillors in Greenwich are set to oppose the Labour-run Council’s planned 2.99% Council Tax rise at a meeting on Wednesday night (28th February) – instead proposing a fully-costed budget alternative that would deliver a lower council tax rise, more support for vulnerable residents and action on flytipping.

Further Conservative candidates selected for May 2018 council elections

A further 12 candidates have been selected to stand for Greenwich Conservatives in the local council elections on May 3rd. Candidates have been selected for Eltham West, Greenwich West, Peninsula and Woolwich Riverside wards, joining other candidates already selected in Eltham and Blackheath on the local Conservative team for the elections.

Ben Green

2018 Council Candidate for Peninsula
Ben Green is a Conservative council candidate for Peninsula Ward. He was one of the first residents to move into the Greenwich Millennium Village development on Peartree Way, from where he has seen the peninsula's continuing growth. Ben works as a freelance consultant, and is passionate about improving educational outcomes. He has previously held positions as a part-time teacher to underprivileged children and school governor. Ben has been a Conservative activist for many years, working on campaigns in London and Manchester.
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Antony Higginbotham

2018 Council Candidate for Peninsula
Antony has lived in Greenwich for the last three years and during this time has become actively involved in the local community. This has included almost two years of being a school governor at a local Pupil Referral Unit and mentoring young offenders to help them turn their lives around and make positive contributions to society. Antony works in financial services and lives locally on the Greenwich Peninsula.
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