Blackheath Westcombe

Your Conservative Council Candidates: Councillor Geoff Brighty, Malcolm Reid & Thomas Turrell. 

Remember you have 3 votes on the 3rd May. 

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See below for news and updates from the team: 

Conservatives call for cross-party bid to stop Woolwich Barracks closure

Conservative councillors in Greenwich have called for a cross-party bid to reverse a Ministry of Defence decision to close Woolwich Barracks in 2028.

Action secured on speeding and noisy vehicles

Successful police meeting as activists press ahead with calls on Greenwich Council and Transport for London

Thomas Turrell

2018 Council Candidate for Blackheath Westcombe ward
Thomas Turrell has been re-selected as a Conservative candidate in Blackheath Westcombe ward, having contested the ward at the last elections in 2014.

Congratulations to Theresa May and her new Cabinet

Greenwich Conservatives would like to send our congratulations to the new Prime Minister and her Cabinet, and our thanks to former Prime Minister David Cameron for his achievements over 11 years as Leader of the Conservative Party.

Six more candidates selected for Greenwich local elections

Greenwich Conservatives have selected a further six candidates for the 2018 local elections. Local Party members in Blackheath Westcombe and Eltham North wards selected their teams of three candidates each at selection meetings held over the last fortnight.

Too many lorries for the Westcombe area

Over the past year, Greenwich Council has been consulting with residents of Kidbrooke Park Road and Brook Lane about introducing a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).This is partly in response to projected parking pressure in relation to Kidbrooke Village and also in part due to complaints from residents about increased parking on the street relating to the school and commuters using Kidbrooke station.

Kidbrooke Grove parking petition

Cllr Geoff Brighty
Over the past year, Greenwich Council has been consulting with residents of Kidbrooke Park Road and Brook Lane about introducing a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).This is partly in response to projected parking pressure in relation to Kidbrooke Village and also in part due to complaints from residents about increased parking on the street relating to the school and commuters using Kidbrooke station.

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