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- Car left in middle of drive, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Wooden flooring, Bed, decking, car seats, chest of drawers, computer chair, bags of clothes, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Dumped caravan, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Refuse bags, toilet and wooden chair dumped, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Mattress, 22nd March March 22, 2017
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Author Archives: Darryl
A plaque remembering the 15 people killed when Invicta Primary School was bombed in World War II was unveiled last week at a special ceremony. 12 firefighters and three others were killed when the then Invicta Road School – then … Continue reading
Developer Fairview New Homes is asking residents what they think of plans to build 370 new homes, including 11-storey blocks, on the site currently occupied by the remaining warehouse units off Victoria Way. The western part of the site – … Continue reading
The Charlton Central Residents’ Association is set to get £985 from Greenwich Council to smarten up small areas of green space on its patch. The residents’ group, which covers an area east of Victoria Way and west of Charlton Church … Continue reading
Here’s an update from Charlton ward councillor Gary Parker on what he has been up to over the winter. I have met with residents and raised issues with the Chair of Planning about planning issues – the council’s planning department … Continue reading
Here’s the latest on Charlton House and the Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust (the body that runs it) from Charlton ward councillor Gary Parker… This is a summary of the work I have been involved in with Board members, staff, volunteers … Continue reading
Greenwich Council formally launched the Charlton Riverside masterplan consultation last week. We hope to publish more on what’s inside over the next couple of weeks, but there are council consultation sessions over the next month where you can ask questions … Continue reading
We’re lucky in Charlton to have some very good schools. Our Lady of Grace Primary is lucky enough to have the newest school, having moved into just-completed buildings on Highcombe last month. Unfortunately, some of its parents could do with … Continue reading