Shooters Hill

Labour Council ignore residents concerns over phone masts

Shooters Hill conservatives recently met with local residents over con

Red Lion Lane - one way traffic

Conservatives have campaigned for one way traffic in Red Lion Lane, including a petition to Greenwich Council. Greenwich Council have refused to find the cash to make this road safer, despite spending vast sums on a variety of less important projects. Your Labour Councillors (when in the country) have paid little attention to this issue until elections started to loom.

Conservatives want to help our local economy

Local businesses are struggling to stay afloat during the recession. The tragic pictures of businesses on Swingate Lane on Shooters Hill are indicative of widespread failings of Greenwich Council across the borough. Abandoned buildings also attract crime and antisocial behaviour, with graffiti and vandalism being the primary concerns.

Saving Severndroog Castle

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Action in Shrewsbury Park

During the summer members of the Shooters Hill action team met with the Chair of the Friends of Shrewsbury Park to discuss a number of issues. One of the persistent problems experienced

Crossings at Shooters Hill

Maureen Burgess writes: “When David Gold and I went to Woodlands Farm in the summer, one of their biggest worries was how teachers bringing classes of small children, for educational purposes, can safely get them across the very busy and fast moving road of Shooters Hill.

General Election 1997

Date: 
1 May, 1997 (All day)
Election held 1st May 1997    
     

Conservative pressure reduces Council rents

In January, Greenwich’s Labour Council voted through a 6.2% increase in rents for Council tenants in the face of strong opposition from the Conservatives. Conservatives argued that 6% was too high and based on the wrong inflation figure, but Labour ignored the suffering this increase would cause.

Labour’s answer to dirty streets - £2m on managers

At the end of 2008 Labour decided to spend another £2m on propping up the ailing street sweeping system. The Labour Cabinet heard boasts about vast improvements in the service from over a third of  roads below acceptable standards for litter and detritus in 2006/07 to one fifth of all roads in 2007/08.

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