Local News

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 goes untended as Labour-run council's 'hands are tied'

As the number and depth of potholes has increased across the Royal Borough of Greenwich, figures reveal a substantial rise in payouts to cyclists and motorists by the Council which is currently allocating millions of pounds collected from motorists away from road maintenance.

Greenwich 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.

Greening Dinsdale Road

Residents in Dinsdale Road wanting to make their street greener and friendlier and to reduce the effects of traffic pollution organised a petition asking Greenwich Council to plant street trees.

Bus reliability improvement measures result of Conservative petition

The Blackheath Westcombe Conservative Team, made up of Cllr Geoff Brighty, Malcolm Reid and Thomas Turrell, have welcomed news that Transport for London (TfL) are reviewing a range of measures to improve bus reliability in the area following a petition run by the team last year.

Conservatives launch new Shape The Standard campaign

Conservatives in Blackheath Westcombe ward have launched their new ‘Shape the Standard’ campaign – an online pledge calling on Greenwich Council to protect the special character of the Blackheath Royal Standard, celebrate its history and also invest in some improvements.

No adverts on the Heath

Lewisham and Greenwich Councils had each received an application to allow advertising on the roundabout in the middle of Blackheath at the junction of Shooters Hill Road and Prince Charles Road. The roundabout is on the boundary of the two Boroughs.