News published June 2018
Free Futureversity summer courses for young people to learn new skills
Young people across Greenwich can develop their skills with free courses and activities.
Driving out motorbike and moped riding nuisance from parks
A campaign to stop motorbike or moped riding in parks is launched after community concerns.
Twenty arrests in action to target knife crime
Arrests made in three-day crackdown on knife crime in Woolwich town centre.
The Missing Link is missing no more
The 'Missing Link' on the Thames Path as it weaves through Royal Greenwich was officially opened Wednesday 20 June.
Is your street plugged in?
The Royal Borough is consulting residents on locations to install easy to use street lamp post charging points for electric vehicles in the borough.
Celebrate Clean Air Day with Royal Greenwich
Cyclists can be among the first to experience the newly opened 'Missing Link' Thames Pathway on a free guided bike tour to celebrate National Clean Air Day.
Statement regarding the anniversary of the Finsbury Park mosque attack
Councillor Danny Thorpe, Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, has issued a statement on the one-year anniversary of the Finsbury Park mosque attack.
Rapid eviction of travellers thanks to borough wide ban
A group of travellers were rapidly evicted from parkland thanks to a High Court injunction secured by the Royal Borough.
Plumstead Manor becomes latest school to be judged 'good' by Ofsted
Plumstead Manor joins the 94 per cent of schools judged 'Good' or 'Outstanding' in the borough.
Trafalgar Road improvements start
Work has begun on a programme of improvements to Trafalgar Road.