News published July 2019
Royal Borough of Greenwich selected for pioneering national programme to improve children’s social care across the UK
Royal Greenwich Children’s Services have been selected to be part of the What Works Centre for Children’s Social Care’s Partners in Need of Evidence (PINE) programme, having tested and designed it.
Could you…adopt with the Royal Borough of Greenwich?
This July 18, you’re invited to come and find out about adopting with the Royal Borough of Greenwich at one of our professionally-led information events, which is open to anyone over 21 years old.
Alcohol ban in Woolwich town centre has been renewed
We can continue to address street drinking and anti-social behaviour in Woolwich town centre, with the renewal of our alcohol ban.
Eltham gets a pizza of the action
Following on from the successful launch of Vue and Nandos in Eltham, Pizza Express is the next household name to open its doors as part of the Council’s high street cinema and restaurant complex.
Call out to local artists: East Greenwich Gasholder competition
Are you a local artist? Could you deliver a bold and creative piece of public art that will celebrate the life of the East Greenwich Gasholder?
Get on the buses with new 301 route
Following the Central London Bus review consultation by Transport for London a new bus route 301 will start service on Saturday, 13 July 2019.
We've funded two great residents' projects!
Meet the community heroes who have breathed new life in the community, why not do the same?
Register to attend the Leader and Deputy Leader Question Time
Following a successful event in November, we are once again giving residents the opportunity to put their questions to the Leader and Deputy Leader at another Question Time event later this month.
Woolwich Creative District becomes Woolwich Works
Residents overwhelmingly name capital’s next cultural district Woolwich Works.
Stamping out illegal tobacco in Royal Greenwich
We're highlighting how criminals are reaping in over £100 million a year from London’s trade in illegal tobacco, and undermining efforts to support smokers to quit, as part of Stamp It Out London.