November 2014

Matt Hartley launches Sort It, Southeastern consumer campaign

Conservative Parliamentary Candidate Matt Hartley has launched a new consumer campaign to bring about change in the “atrocious service” that local commuters receive from Southeastern trains. 

Tackling London's patchy mobile problem

London MEP Syed Kamall launches a hi-tech campaign to tackle poor mobile reception in parts of London.

“Confusion, Hypocrisy and Misrepresentation”: Council’s response to closing historic Club

Campaigners fighting for the Rochester Way Club in Eltham to be re-opened after the council suddenly closed it earlier in the year, were given two contrasting answers from Labour Councillors at the Full Council on Wednesday.

Siebert Road petition

Blackheath Westcombe Conservatives have welcomed the petition organised by residents calling on TfL to install pollution and noise barriers along the residential sections backing on to the A102.

Berkeley Homes brief Conservatives on Kidbrooke Village development

This week Cllr Spencer Drury, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for the Eltham constituency met with Berkeley Homes to discuss progress so far on the Kidbrooke Village and the way that they hoped the rest of the development would go. This followed a visit by Brandon Lewis MP, Minister of State for Housing and Planning to the development earlier in the week.
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