Shooters Hill

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.

Conservatives collect petition for Red Lion Lane

Conservatives led by Chairman of Shooters Hill Ward Phil Hendren, Eltham Prospecti

Shooters' Hill by-election - result

A good performance in yesterday's Shooters' Hill by-election saw the Conservative Candidate, Nigel Fletcher, cut Labour's majority

A message to residents of Shooters' Hill

Nigel Fletcher, Conservative candidate for the Shooters' Hill by-election says: “People in this area have been let down by Labour, both locally and nationally. Crime, graffiti and anti-social behaviour have risen, and schools are starved of resources.

By-election called in Shooters' Hill

Following the resignation of a Labour councillor, a by-election for a new Councillor to represent the Shooters Hill ward has been


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