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- Fix the 53: Greenwich councillors turn bus motion into political squabble
- Charlton Sainsbury’s: First look inside the brand new store
- Des res, overlooking the Blackwall Tunnel approach – new flats and office space for Bramshot Avenue?
- Our Lady Of Grace school has another go at rebuilding – have your say on Highcombe plan
- Charlton’s White Swan shuts its doors as property developer Mendoza takes charge
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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Andrew Donkin of the Maryon Wilson Animal Park Trust would like a word… If you could talk to the animals… well, now you can, on Saturday 26th May, it’s the Maryon Wilson Animal Park Open Day again. Last year, about … Continue reading
The consultation period for the public to put forward their views on the proposed Sainsbury’s and M&S development ends on May 29th. You can comment yourself by following this link. Following on from our last open meeting, the Charlton Riverside … Continue reading
The Alexandra Players, Charlton’s amateur theatre group and “the borough’s best-kept secret” are presenting their summer production on 7, 8 and 9 June. In this Jubilee year, and in recognition of the Greenwich’s newly acquired royal status, the play is … Continue reading
The new Wickes DIY store in Charlton opens later this month. It means a move over to Bugsby’s Way at the northern end of the retail park from its current home facing onto Woolwich Road. Here’s a first glimpse at … Continue reading
Detailed plans were released this week for the proposed Sainsbury’s and Marks & Spencer stores, set to be located within Charlton’s retail park. These images form part of developer LXB‘s application to Greenwich Council. A planning board will then decide … Continue reading
After a successful meeting back in February, plans for a community garden on Highcombe continue to gather pace. A steering group has been formed that meet regularly and they’ve just announced their second open meeting. It”ll be taking place at … Continue reading