News published January 2019
Royal Greenwich to mark Holocaust Memorial Day
Residents are invited to remember those who suffered during the Holocaust and in subsequent genocides around the world at a commemoration ceremony as part of International Holocaust Memorial Day.
Tell us your views on our plans to create a new conservation area in Woolwich
We plan to create a new conservation area in Woolwich town centre and for a number of buildings in the area to be added to the local heritage list.
Save your Energy!
Don’t pile on the pounds, save them! That’s the message during Big Energy Saving Week (21-27 January).
Restaurant banned from selling alcohol due to late night noise
A Greenwich restaurant can no longer serve alcohol after repeatedly staying open late and keeping neighbours awake.
E-Z Cycle electric bike loan scheme - not just for cyclists, it's for everyone!
You can now borrow an e-bike for only £10 a month, as part of a scheme to improve air quality and get people active.
Goodbye Greenwich one-way system? Your views are needed!
Local people are being asked how to make Greenwich town centre less congested, safer for pedestrians and cyclists, and more efficient for business deliveries.
Name and fame your Civic hero
Nominations are now open for our Civic Awards recognising those making a difference to others.
Banned from selling booze: two licences revoked over anti-social behaviour
A restaurant and a supermarket have both had their alcohol licences revoked due to concerns around anti-social behaviour and violence.
Illegal subletting costs salon owner £42,000
A tenant found guilty of subletting her three-bedroom council flat in Plumstead has been ordered to pay a £42,000 fine.
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