Council

Cllr Matt Hartley proposes Living Wage Incentive Scheme

Greenwich council is being urged to take bolder action on low pay, with Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Greenwich & Woolwich Matt Hartley set to propose a new scheme to encourage employers in the borough to pay the London Living Wage. Cllr Hartley, who is also deputy leader of the opposition on Greenwich council, says his plan for a Living Wage Incentive Scheme could make a “huge difference” to thousands of local residents at no extra cost to the council taxpayer.

Council apologises for "Misleading" criticism over Firepower museum

Greenwich Council has apologised for accusing a Conservative Councillor of "ignorance" over future plans for the Firepower Museum in Woolwich.

Secretary of State backs call for greater openness in Greenwich

Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles has backed calls to open up Greenwich Council meetings to greater public scrutiny.

Finance & Public Services Committee update

Finance & Public Services Committee update from Cllr Alex Wilson

After a year off the Finance & Public Services Scrutiny Panel I decided to go back onto it. As a committee it is supposed to look at the Council's organisation and coordination.

Conservative government frees Council from target-driven strait-jacket

At the Overview and Scrutiny meeting on Thursday evening (10th March), Conservative Councillors welcomed the end to many of the targets which the previous Labour government had set to measure the efficiency of Councils.

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