Blackheath Westcombe

Your Conservative Councillor for Blackheath Westcombe ward is Councillor Geoff Brighty. 

Geoff's Advice Surgeries - no appointment necessary

1st Monday of the month, 6-7pm at Blackheath Library, Old Dover Road, SE3

3rd Saturday of the month, 10-11am at Mycenae House, Mycenae Road SE3

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See below for news and updates from the Conservatives across our community: 

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.

Wild flower delight

Councillor praises planting project

Blackheath Events - Council Back Down on Multiple Application

Following the withdrawal of the permanent, blanket-style licence application for up to 5 events and 60 days a year on Circus Field, proposed by Greenwich Council, the first one-off licence application was submitted within days and has now been approved.

Bus service lobbying continues

Conservative councillor, Geoff Brighty, is continuing to press TfL for a better bus service in the north of the borough.

Welcome for Greenwich Park Access Study

Blackheath Westcombe Conservative Councillor Geoff Brighty has welcomed a proposed study by Greenwich Council and Royal Parks into a variety of issues affecting Greenwich Park's Blackheath Gate in Charlton Way.

Worry over more events at Blackheath

Councillor calls for slow-down on events schedule

Welcome for noise reduction barriers

Blackheath Westcombe's Conservative Councillor Geoff Brighty has welcomed the Transport for London decision to provide noise reduction barriers along the A102 on Siebert Road and Westcombe Hill.

Update on Bakerloo line extension proposal

Local Conservatives support call for Tube extension to benefit south-east London

Council to Charge for Coach Parking?

Currently coach parking in Charlton Way is free and well used by coach operators bringing tourists to the area. Some residents think they should pay, some would like to see a reduction in coach numbers. A recent report to Greenwich Council's Highways Committee referred to further work being undertaken on charging but did not make recommendations.

Welcome for pedestrian crossing upgrade by TfL

Councillor welcomes improved safety measures at busy crossing

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