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Why Aren’t Labour Councillors Spending More Peninsula Money In Peninsula Ward?

Labour-controlled Greenwich Council continues to put Peninsula residents through a lot of development pain, for very little local gain. Money collected from developers, known as Section 106 payments, is meant to be spent on projects to moderate the impact of the development on the local area. Over the past decade the Labour councillors that control […]

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Greenwich Council Approves Destruction of Peninsula Garden

Labour controlled Greenwich Council has approved detailed plans to build on a public park which was created only two years ago. Peninsula Garden was created just south of North Greenwich tube station in 2015 as an ‘ideal rough-and-tumble stomping ground for children to play’ and ‘an idyllic spot to relax’. It features 3 acres of public open spaces, […]

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Join Greenwich Greens For A Community Litter Pick

Join us on Saturday 25th November for our latest community litter pick! We’ll be linking up with neighbours and friends in Peninsula to help clean up the streets and have a chat with residents.   Meet 11 am, corner of Christchurch Way and Azof Street All equipment will be provided, for more info email Matt Browne Matt.Browne@greenwich.greenparty.org.uk Bring your […]

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Greenwich Residents Express Outrage as IKEA Demolishes Precious Green Space

Greenwich residents have expressed outrage after an irreplaceable pond and ecosystem was bulldozed to make space for IKEA’s new car park on the Greenwich Peninsula. The pond located near Bugsby’s Way was an important habitat for newts, specialised plants, invertebrates and migratory birds. It was also a much loved oasis for residents and visitors, who […]

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