The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Greenwich

About our current Mayor

The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Greenwich for 2017 to 2018 is Councillor Peter Brooks.

View pictures from the inauguration of Mayor Peter Brooks

A life-long resident of the borough, Peter worked full-time as an electrician and telephone engineer before joining the Council almost two decades ago.

Mayor Peter BrooksHe was Deputy Leader from 2002 to 2014 and during this time his achievements include creating a regeneration strategy for the borough, maximising investment from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, overseeing the modernisation of Council services and helping improve employment prospects for local young people.

In 1997, Peter was elected as a Councillor representing Thamesmead Moorings ward and in 2014 he was elected to represent Glyndon ward. He is also a trustee, chair and director for several decision making bodies and is chair of governors at a local primary school.

Peter enjoys cycling and fishing and is married with two children and three grandchildren.

Read the Mayor's blog

Mayor's charities

The Mayor's charities are The Woolwich Garrison Church Trust and Wide Horizons, The Adventure Learning Charity

Contact the Mayor

Get in touch with the Mayor, either to invite him to an event in the borough or to raise a problem with him.

The Worshipful the Mayor,
Mayor's Office,
Town Hall,
Wellington Street,
London SE18 6PW

020 8921 5023

020 8921 5036