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  • Independent report raises concerns about the impact NHS’s partnerships with councils will have on hospital capacity
  • Report also recommends that the Mayor plays leadership...

The Mayor of Lewisham, Sir Steve Bullock, has thanked Barry Quirk for his service as Lewisham Council’s Chief Executive since 1994. Barry Quirk wrote to the Mayor on Monday 11 September indicating...

Two vehicles have been seized and a driver has been fined in an intensive joint operation between Royal Greenwich and the Metropolitan Police. 

The morning of Wednesday 6 September saw...

An exciting new partnership between idverde and the RSPB will help improve the understanding and role Friends of Parks groups and residents can play in both discovering and looking after the...

  • Londoners save £1.50 when they change onto another bus or tram within an hour
  • 100 million ‘Hopper’ journeys already made - a year after its launch...

Bexley Emergency Aid Training (BEAT) are offering a special deal on First Aid training for Chamber members.

Bexley Emergency Aid Training have a First Aid at Work Requalification course...

Local Councillors, volunteers and key partners got together to celebrate the practical completion of a grand park improvement project on Thursday September 7 at Lesnes Abbey Woods, close to Abbey...

The London Assembly 7 September 2017  unanimously agreed a motion urging the Mayor to write to the Home Secretary calling for the introduction of a register for those convicted of...

Public spaces owned by private companies are quietly spreading thorough London. Under current laws, landowners decide who has public access, an unusual planning rule which should be revised.

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RAF Northolt is being used more and more for commercial flights, rather than just military flights. The runway has also recently been closed for strengthening, in order to take larger...

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