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Green actions, not Labour words, will stop the toxic cruise port

16 April 2018

On 3rd May East Greenwich residents have a choice to make at the ballot box – between Labour words on the toxic cruise port and Green action plan to stop it altogether.

Progress on protecting Thames foreshore near 02

09 April 2018

Green candidates for Peninsula, Dan, Jenny and Matt have welcomed the news that further environmental assessment is to take place before plans to dredge part of the Thames off Greenwich Peninsula go ahead.

Dan to press for cruise terminal planning permission to be overturned

16 March 2018

Lead Green candidate for Peninsula ward Dan Garrun is campaigning to overturn planning permission for the Enderby Wharf Cruise Terminal.

Greenwich Green Party submits further objections on Silvertown Tunnel

06 March 2018

Greenwich Green Party has continued to resist plans for a polluting new tunnel in Greenwich.

Greenwich Greens call on Labour to make London a National Park City

11 January 2018

Greenwich can make history – if its Labour Council signs up to a pioneering new initiative.

New threat to Greenwich wildlife – Greens call for urgent environmental assessment

05 January 2018

Plans to dredge part of the Thames off Greenwich Peninsula could harm precious wildlife habitats.

Why aren’t Labour councillors spending more Peninsula money in Peninsula ward?

04 January 2018

Labour controlled Greenwich Council continues to put Peninsula residents through a lot of development pain, for very little local gain.

New figures show Greenwich Peninsula missing out on development money

01 December 2017

Newly published figures suggest that Greenwich Council has collected over £13 million from new developments in Peninsula ward, but have spent only a fraction of that money in the ward itself.

Join Greenwich Greens for a community litter pick

15 November 2017

Join us on Saturday 25th November for our latest community litter pick!







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