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First 'Road Watch' Exercise Organised

Local team join police to tackle road problems

Conservatives press case for ‘Library Lock’ policy

Conservative councillors are calling on Greenwich Council to adopt their ‘Library Lock’ proposal to protect smaller libraries in the borough, amid renewed concerns over Labour councillors’ centralisation of library services in Town Centres.

Great British Spring Clean

Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean (GBSpringClean) takes place this year from March 3-5 and is being backed by, amongst others, the RSPCA, the Marine Conservation Society, Costa, Greggs and McDonald's.

Action Team take Blackheath Speeding/Noise petition to City Hall

Campaigners challenge the Mayor to act for local residents on traffic blight

Conservatives support Assembly's call for rail devolution rethink

Greenwich Conservatives are supporting a unanimous call from London Assembly members for a rethink on rail devolution, after it was announced last week that the management of the Southeastern franchise would not be handed over to Transport for London by the Department for Transport as expected.

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.

Conservatives win Eltham North council by-election

Conservative Charlie Davis has been elected as the new councillor for Eltham North, after winning the seat from Labour in Thursday's by-election. The result marks the first time the local Conservatives have gained a council seat from Labour since 2006, and increases the party's representation on Greenwich Council to nine.

Action secured on speeding and noisy vehicles

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

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