News published July 2018
Sun powered bins which can tell the Council when they are full
Litter crushing bins which can alert the Council when they are full have been installed in nine of the busiest shopping areas across Royal Greenwich.
Greenwich shops pledge to help tackle rising knife crime
A Charter for retailers has been launched to prevent knives getting into the hands of youngsters' as part of the Royal Borough's action plan to tackle the rise of deaths and injuries from knife crime.
Electric cargo bike takes charge
An electric cargo bike is going head to head with a delivery van to see which is the best way for local businesses to serve their customers.
Response to closure of Wide Horizons
Response to closure of Wide Horizons charity.
New website coming soon
The Royal Borough is launching its new look website on Wednesday 8 August.
Free summer meals for kids to combat holiday hunger
This summer holidays the Royal Borough of Greenwich is funding delicious and nutritious, free meals for school-aged children.
£1.3 million works to rejuvenate the Flowers Estate
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is investing nearly £1.3m to improve communal areas.
Electric car club launches in Royal Greenwich
An electric car club has been launched in the north of Royal Greenwich and is available for all residents and local business users.
Keeping the Green Flags flying
Flags from the internationally recognised awards for the best green spaces are still flying at 12 of the Royal Boroughs parks and open spaces.
Public statement regarding Councillor Tonia Ashikodi
Statement from Debbie Warren, Chief Executive, and John Scarborough, Head of Legal Services.