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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.

Report Back on the first 100 days of the new council term

It’s now 100 days since councillors signed into office after this year’s local elections. Here you can find an update from the Opposition Conservative Group on what your Conservative councillors have been working on in the first 100 days of the new council term.

New 'Greenwich Against Loneliness' campaign proposed

Conservative councillors are set to propose a new 'Greenwich Against Loneliness' campaign to boost efforts to tackle loneliness across the borough.

Turning around The John Roan School must be immediate priority

The John Roan School in Maze Hill is set to become an Academy, after being judged as 'inadequate' by OfSTED.

Conservative Group gets to work as Greenwich Council begins new four-year term

The Conservative Group on Greenwich Council has announced its line-up of Opposition Spokespeople for 2018/19, after successfully defending all 9 seats in this month's local elections.

Conservatives hold all 9 of the party's seats on Greenwich Council

Greenwich Conservatives held all 9 of the party's seats on Greenwich Council in the local elections on 3rd May. The results, announced after a lengthy overnight Count at the Waterfront Leisure Centre in Woolwich, represent a suprise defeat for the Labour Party which had aimed to win all 51 seats at the Town Hall.

Conservatives Bid for Westcombe Park and Maze Hill Rezoning

Councillor Geoff Brighty, Malcolm Reid and Thomas Turrell have written to the Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling MP, to submit their petition calling for Westcombe Park and Maze Hill railway stations from Zone 3 to Zone 2.

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.

Conservative candidates for the 2018 Greenwich Council elections

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

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