September 2011

Eltham North Conservatives welcome new Tesco

Eltham North Councillor Nigel Fletcher at the official opening of the new Tesco store in Tudor Parade, part of the new development at the Coronet Cinema site.  He is pictured with members of the Friends of Well Hall Pleasaunce, who were presented with a cheque for £500 by Tesco at the event.

Eltham South councillor speaks to Alderwood School Council

Eltham South Councillor Adam Thomas recently visited Alderwood School, to speak to the School Council about their ideas for the local area and Avery Hill.

The School Council is made up of elected pupils from each of the classes, and help to make decisions affecting the school.

Councillor celebrates Harvest Festival at St James Mar Thoma Centre

Eltham South councillor Adam Thomas joined members of the St James Mar Thoma congregation to celebrate Harvest Festival

Avery Hill car wash to go to local planning committee

Next week's Eltham Planning Committee will see the consideration of the application to continue the hand car wash activities at the former petrol station site on Avery Hill Road.

Greenwich still behind London Boroughs on Education

Cllrs Spencer Drury and Adam Thomas attended the latest meeting of the Council's Best Value Review committee which is looking at the future role of Greenwich's Local Education Authority, councillors were given a presentation on the early indications of the latest exam results fro Greenwich.

Councillors lead Call-In on Hambledown decision

All three Eltham South councillors attended a meeting of Greenwich Council's Overview and Scrutiny Committee to discuss the council's decision to develop housing on Hambledown Green, at the end of Hambledown Road.  Despite this being a decision of the Leader of the Council, Cllr Roberts seemed to be too busy to attend the meeting and no Cabinet Member came to defend the decision.

Councillors stand up for residents on licensing application

Eltham South councillors Adam Thomas and Eileen Glover recently attending a hearing of Greenwich Council's Licensing Committee, which was hearing an application from the STC Sports Club at the end of Ivor Grove to extend its alcohol licensing hours.

Conservatives report Greenwich’s propaganda rag to District Auditor

This week Greenwich Conservatives have reported the Labour Council’s propaganda newspaper Greenwich Time (henceforth GT) to the District Auditor.  The decision to ask for an independent person to review the paper came in the wake of the Council’s decision to ignore the Coalition government’s guidance on the style and regularity of local government publicity.

 

Helping to get Ingleside Gardens cleaned up

Blakcheath Westcombe Conservatives have helped get Ingleside Gardens cleaned up.

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