Blackheath Westcombe

Local Conservative councillor, Geoff Brighty, holds regular advice surgeries. You can attend one of these surgeries on the first Monday of each month between 6pm and 7pm at Blackheath Library on Old Dover Road. 

Your local Conservative Action Team: Councillor Geoff Brighty, Malcolm Reid and Thomas Turrell. 

You can follow keep up-to-date with the team's work social media, by liking our facebook page @BWConservatives and following us on twitter @BW_WardTeam

See below for news and updates from the team: 

Campaigners launch petition calling for new North Greenwich to Kidbrooke Village bus route

Campaigners in Blackheath are petitioning the Mayor of London for a new bus route to connect North Greenwich and Kidbrooke Village.

Westcombe hill phone mast latest in council planning blunders

Labour-run Greenwich Council has been criticised, including by the Planning Inspectorate, for delays in processing planning applications. Now in Blackheath Westcombe there has been a major blunder by the Council over an application to put a communications mast off Siebert Road.

TfL refuse Shooters Hill Road speed camera

Campaigners in Blackheath have been left disappointed by a decision by Transport for London to refuse a request by Blackheath Westcombe Conservatives for a speed camera on Shooters Hill Road. The request follows a petition run by the local Conservatives last year regarding noisy and speeding vehicles in the area, which was signed by over 400 residents.

Longer trains are ‘much-needed relief’ for Southeastern commuters

Greenwich Conservative Councillors have welcomed the announcement of 68 extra carriages for the Southeastern network, providing an additional 5,000 seats during the morning peak.

Rat-run fears in Westcombe Park as diggers move in for IKEA

Local Conservatives in Westcombe Park have raised concerns about roads such as Westcombe Hill and Humber Road being used a ‘Rat-runs’ after the new IKEA store in Charlton is finished

Advert screens at Sun-in-the-Sands blamed for driver distraction

The Blackheath Westcombe ward team have been working with Conservatives on the London Assembly regarding the TfL's LED advertising screens over the A1/A102 at the Sun-in-the-Sands.

Malcolm Reid

2018 Council Candidate for Blackheath Westcombe ward
Malcolm Reid has been selected as one of the Conservative candidates for Blackheath Westcombe ward ahead of the next council elections, due in 2018. Malcolm moved to Greenwich in January 2000. Locally, Malcolm has been the Honorary Treasurer of St Alfege Church in Greenwich town centre since 2010 and is a Trustee on a local almshouse charity, The Greenwich Charities of William Hatcliffe and the Misses Smith.

Candidate selected for Blackheath Westcombe ward

Ward committee choses Malcolm Reid to stand in the 2018 Borough Council Election

Cllr Geoff Brighty

2018 Council Candidate for Blackheath Westcombe ward
Councillor Geoff Brighty has represented Blackheath Westcombe ward since 2006 and will be seeking re-election at the 2018 local election.
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