News published April 2017
New affordable homes to be built in Royal Greenwich
Meridian Home Start Ltd to build just over 200 homes on three sites.
Leader and Deputy Leader Question Time a hit with residents
Over 70 people attended the event at the Town Hall on Wednesday night (25 April).
Key recommendations made by Greenwich's independent Fairness Commission
The recommendations are to mental health support, benefit sanctions and debt services.
Royal Greenwich libraries welcome record number of visitors
The figures for March 2017 buck the national trend where visits are on the decline.
Local schools invited to enter our anti-littering competition
The three winning poster entries will be printed and placed around the borough.
New fitness playground opened at Cherry Orchard Primary School
The ribbon was cut at the opening by the Mayor, Cllr Olu Babatola, on Friday 21 April.
Additional licensing approved for all Houses in Multiple Occupation
The licensing extension will ensure that more tenants have properly managed homes.
Free recycle sacks now available in four Royal Greenwich libraries
The four biggest libraries are now providing free recycling sacks for you to collect.
Queen's message to people of Canada sets sail from Royal Greenwich
The message celebrates the relationship between the United Kingdom and Canada.
Hundreds of thousands visit Tall Ships Festival 2017
Festival goers set to descend on riverfront to wave off the fleet of 30 Tall Ships.