The area around Shooters Hill parade of shops is neglected and underinvested

The area behind is unpaved and attracts antisocial behaviour. Fly-tipped rubbish builds up continually.

On the street side the paving is in a terrible state and dangerous to pedestrians. The council has completely neglected the area for decades.

Kidbrooke deserves better!

Carol O'Toole standing on cracked pavement at Shooters Hill shoppers parade

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GBGP Newsletter #34: Sian Berry to speak at Climate Action week

22nd June 2021

Sian Berry to speak at Climate Action week Climate Action Week runs from 26 June to 4 July and Green Party co-leader Sian Berry will be speaking at a talk on Sunday 27 June called “Sustainable transport? Yes. Silvertown Tunnel? No.” The full panel will be Sian Berry (London Assembly member and co-leader, Green Party);Rebecca Lush (Transport Action Network);Simon Pirani (energy researcher, honorary professor at University of Durham);Izzet Hickmet (National Education Union / Labour for a Green New Deal); andRuth […]

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GBGP Newsletter #33: Hundreds turn out for Stop the Silvertown Tunnel demo

14th June 2021

Hundreds join march to stop the Silvertown Tunnel Around 600 people took part in the Stop the Silvertown Tunnel protest march on Saturday 5 June, making their voices heard on a controversial project which will further raise already illegal levels of air pollution in Newham. Extinction Rebellion’s samba band led the way, drumming their way along the entire route and making sure the march could not possibly go unnoticed. Especially when combined with all the anti-Silvertown Tunnel banners and placards […]

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Greenwich and Bexley Green Party joins march to stop the Silvertown Tunnel

11th June 2021

‘Sadiq Khan had the power to stop the tunnel when he took over in 2016 and he still has the power to stop it now,’ says Sian Berry Around 600 people took part in the Stop the Silvertown Tunnel protest march on Saturday 5 June, making their voices heard on a controversial project which will further raise already illegal levels of air pollution in Newham. The march began near Canning Town DLR station and went for two miles through Newham, […]

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GBGP Newsletter #31

2nd June 2021

Show us the banners you’ve made for the Stop the Silvertown Tunnel March If you’re attending the Stop the Silvertown Tunnel March on Saturday 5 June, and you make a banner or placard, send us a photo of it – we’ll feature them in an upcoming newsletter. Send your submissions to with the subject line ‘Silvertown Tunnel banner’. Over on Facebook… Bexley now has its own refill hub for a waste-free community. The post below came from the Bexley […]

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GBGP Newsletter #30

24th May 2021

Click here and enter your details to get updates by email Starting point for Stop The Silvertown Tunnel march On Saturday 5 June, Stop The Silvertown Tunnel Coalition is organising a protest march, starting at 2pm. The starting point has been confirmed as Terry Spinks Place, Canning Town. Meet there from 1.30pm and bring banners: the organisers want to make sure the march is as visible as possible! Bexley by-election result for Longlands Further to last week’s announcement that Green […]

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GBGP Newsletter #29

17th May 2021

By-election results for four Greenwich wards and one Bexley ward Green Party candidates came third in all the wards that were being contested in the local by-elections on Thursday 6 May, echoing Sian Berry’s mayoral election result. You can see the results here (Greenwich) and here (Bexley). Stop the Silvertown Tunnel march on Saturday 5 June The Stop the Silvertown Tunnel Coalition will be carrying out a peaceful, legal march on Saturday 5 June to oppose the Silvertown Tunnel. The […]

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Response to the Morden Wharf planning application

12th May 2021

Responding to planning application 20/1730/O On behalf of Greenwich and Bexley Green Party, I write to oppose the Morden Wharf planning application. It is beyond dispute that large buildings change the areas that they are constructed in. The area targeted by this development is comprised of low-rise/mid-rise buildings and open areas that will be harmed by the establishment of a cluster of skyscraper buildings. In particular, the levels of daylight at lower levels of accommodation will be negatively affected, which […]

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GBGP Newsletter #27

4th May 2021

Welcome to Greenwich and Bexley Green Party (GBGP) newsletter #27. This weekly bulletin will give you a roundup of what’s going on in the local area. To get in touch, reply to this email or contact Remember to vote Green on Thursday 6 May On Thursday 6 May there will be council by-elections held across the country, at the same time as the London mayoral election. Greenwich Green Party is contesting four of these by-elections in Glyndon, Greenwich West, […]

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GBGP Newsletter #25: Mayor for Clean Air hustings on Tuesday 20th April

19th April 2021

Join ‘Towards a Mayor4CleanAir’ on Tuesday 20 April On Tuesday 20 April (7.30pm), there is going to be a clean air hustings ahead of the London mayoral election on 6th May. Hear the candidates’ positions on addressing the problem of toxic air in the capital and ask your questions. London’s harmful and illegal air pollution is damaging people’s health and cutting lives short. We are all affected and especially the most vulnerable, such as children, old people and those with […]

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GBGP Newsletter #24: Door-knocking for success!

13th April 2021

More doorstep action days planned On Saturday 3 April GBGP carried out a successful action day, knocking on the doors of residents in the Kidbrooke with Hornfair ward and asking them a few questions as part of a 60-second survey. We are now planning a few more action days in the run-up to the 6th May by-election. The next will be on Saturday 17th April in Kidbrooke Saturday 24th April in Kidbrooke (17th April cancelled owing to Prince Philip’s funeral). […]

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