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The Mayor, Sadiq Khan, and his Deputy Mayor for Culture and the Creative Industries, Justine Simons, have requested a review of the Metropolitan Police Form 696 Risk Assessment following concerns...

From 23 September vehicles will be able to access and exit Albion Road car park at all times, as normal, as surfacing works between Highland Road and Gravel Hill will be complete. 

Albion...

The Council has introduced a borough-wide Article 4 Direction restricting Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs). The Direction will come into force on 24 September 2017 and after this date planning...

The Royal Borough of Greenwich and the internationally renowned Greenwich+Docklands Festivals (GDF) have teamed up in a bid to become London’s Borough of Culture in either 2019 or 2020.

The...

  • Mayor calls for real-terms increase in overall Met funding, saying additional funding for Counter Terrorism is welcome, but simply not enough on its own
  • Sadiq Khan urges London...

Sunday 1 October will see a special event to launch the borough’s bid to be one of the first London Boroughs of Culture.

The launch will take place from 10am to 3pm in and around the...

Green Light For Millicent Fawcett Statue In Parliament Square

  • Mayor of London’s planning application given the go-ahead by Westminster City Council
  • Work will begin on historic...

​Team Catford, a group of residents who champion local views, is asking for those who live, work, socialise, commute through or run a business in Catford to give their views on the future of the...

Bexley Council Trading Standards team is supporting the ‘Friends Against Scams’ campaign, a national initiative that aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams.

The...

Local Greenwich charity First Step Trust, an organisation helping those disadvantaged back into work, are holding another of their ‘Let’s Get Owen Goin’ networking events. 

It promises to...

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