Archive for Month: February 2016

  • Consultation on Pedestrianisation of Passey Place

    Greenwich Council has informed Councillors and around 30 local businesses that they are consulting on the pedestrianisation of Passey Place.  Given the advanced stage of the process I think this is more of a legal formality than likely to lead to any serious changes, but if anyone would like me to submit comments about how…

  • Greenwich continues to allocate school places by ability

    In last week’s meeting of Greenwich Council’s Cabinet an important agenda item about how secondary school admissions are decided – something which many parents in the borough would be extremely interested in because it affects where their children go to school– was hidden between a large and unwieldy number of items all which deserved more…

  • Emptying bins on Crookston Road

    A number of residents have contacted me about the Council’s failure to collect the green top (garden/food waste) bins over the last couple of weeks. I have written to Officers and received the following reply earlier today: “Dear Cllr Drury Please accept our apologises for these missed collections. Our Waste Manager is investigating the matter…