Housing

Avery Hill Housing Panel

Cllr Eileen Glover and Cllr Adam Thomas recently attended the Avery Hill Housing Panel, to discuss with tenants and leaseholders issues affecting the estate.  

Labour makes tenants suffer a long, cold winter

Labour tenants waiting for decent homes upgrades had to suffer during the recent long, cold winter. Residents reported to Charlton's conservative council candidates that they had waited so long for double-glazing that they had to use masking tape to exclude drafts in their single-glazed windows.

Conservatives focus on housing issues in Eltham South

While Labour candidates continue to try and scare council tenants to win votes, Conservatives in Eltham South have been dealing with the problems created by the Labour council's housing policies.

Labour’s Social Housing crisis

The Labour Government and local Labour Council are failing the most vulnerable members of our community. Their crippling mismanagement of the social housing problem in Woolwich has caused a 75% increase in the waiting list, leaving many families suffering in overcrowded conditions. Like many other problems that face Woolwich today, the Labour Councillors seem to turn a blind eye.

Practical Support for our Armed Services

File 480 Greenwich Conservatives have made a positive commitment to provide support to Armed Forces Service leavers in the Borough by counting their time in the Services towards an allocation for housing.  

Labour resort to scare tactics in West Greenwich

 Following on from another weekend of delivering to West Greenwich homes, it was apparent that the local Labour Council has resorted to scare tactics by intimidating Greenwich tenants.

Housing Waiting List rises by 75% under Labour

Conservatives have established that the waiting list for Council housing in Greenwich has increased by 75% since Labour took power nationally. Since 1997, the number of people on the waiting list has risen from 7,693 to 13,486. This has a particularly bad effect on households in Greenwich where the waiting list is the equivalent of 13.8% of the total number of households.  

Council Housing in crisis

The Government has told Greenwich Council to improve its houses.  At present around 83% of the Council's housing sto

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