Peninsula's 2010 Conservative Candidates

Peninusla council candidates, Malcolm Reid, Toks Bailey and Charlie Easton  pictured out delivering their latest "intouch" on Wednesday evening.   If you wish to help us campaign for the local elections please send Malcolm an email to or call him on 020 8853 4344

Charlton Post Office: Update

Earlier this month, Charlton Conservatives opposed the extension to Charlton Church Lane post office.  The planning committee approved the building of flats on top of the post office and offered the developers, without solicitation, twenty days to complete the building works when they only requested two weeks.

Malcolm and friends delivering in Annandale Road

Peninsula 2010 Council Candidate Malcolm Reid with Greenwich Conservatives Team members in Annandale Road, SE10.

Canvassing in Peninsula ward (East Greenwich Pleasaunce)

This Saturday I went canvassing with Peninsula Conservatives around the East Greenwich Pleasaunce.  It was good to meet so many positive people and to discuss the issues which affect them.  

As Olympics approach, Labour builds over court

Conservatives have condemned a decision by Labour to build 6 houses over a basketball court on Woodlands Park Ro

Malcolm and Toks by the Basketball Courts

Malcolm and Toks by the Basketball Courts which have been neglected by Greenwich Council.

Action over basketball court

In response to plans to build six 3-storey houses on the basketball court in Woodlands Park Road, Peninsula Conservatives surveyed the area. While more than 90% of residents opposed the Labour Council’s plans, there were very clear changes needed to the way the basketball court is currently being used.

More spin on the Railways

It is two years since local Conservatives highlighted the 24.5% increase in annual season ticket prices to Maze Hill. Now Southeastern trains are removing the direct service from London Charing Cross during the evening rush hour – starting 13th Dec from 18.34 until 21.26 there will be no  direct services serving Deptford, Greenwich, Maze Hill or Westcome Park stations.

Charlie and Malcolm by Chevening Road

Charlie and Malcolm by Chevening Road

How long does it take to move a shopping trolley?

Conservative Peninsula Action Team member Charlie Easton has spent three months trying to get the Council’s street cleaning team (‘Cleansweep’) to remove some rubbish from the shrubbery of the Park Row car park. A summary of his experience is 4 phone calls, 3 call centre operatives, 2 polite "asks" on the street, 1 manager, 1 meeting and 10 weeks later: Cleansweep Remove a Shopping Trolley!


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