planning

Labour wastes another £50,000 on Greenwich Council planning chaos

Labour-run Greenwich Council is set to spend £50,000 of taxpayer funds by hiring external consultants at £45 an hour to resolve problems in the council’s Planning Department.

Cruise Ship terminal plans challenged

Conservatives call for changes to plans on controversial scheme

Council’s two-year block on new Cafe at The Mound

The council has been blocking a potential new Cafe on the Coldharbour estate for the past two years, it has emerged, as local Conservatives continue their ‘Mend The Mound’ campaign for the regeneration of the local shops.

Still lots of question following public exhibition on Grove Market

Conservative councillors attended the recent public exhibition of Citygrove’s new proposals for the Grove Market site on Court Yard.

While we have welcomed Citygrove’s proactive desire to demolish the site and clear the hazardous materials in the derelict buildings, we still have concerns about the proposals on which they are currently consulting.

Councillors Clare and Drury attend exhibition about Greenwich's plans for the future

Eltham South Councillor Matt Clare (left) and Eltham North Councillor Spencer Drury visit the exhibition about the Greenwich 'Core Strategy' at the Eltham Centre today.

Consultation opens on new proposals for former Avery Hill petrol station

Coast & Capital LLC have put in a third planning application to redevelop the former Avery Hill petrol station on the corner of Avery Hill and Eastnor Roads.

Labour Council ignore residents concerns over phone masts

Shooters Hill conservatives recently met with local residents over con

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