News published November 2018
Work on new Plumstead Library and leisure centre gets under way
Construction and refurbishment work has begun at Plumstead Library, the first step in combining it with a new leisure centre for the high street.
Our Christmas sparklers are set to light up the borough
Prepare to deck the halls at our final free Christmas spectaculars.
Have your say - should Royal Borough land be sold to pay for new Council homes?
We've launched a consultation on whether four plots of Royal Greenwich land on three estates should be sold for low cost housing.
Have you completed our transport survey?
You have until Friday 14 December to take part in our consultation on our transport and investment plans for the next three years.
Ten projects pocket grants from the Mayor’s Young Londoners Fund
Ten projects across the Royal Borough of Greenwich are celebrating today after receiving more than £1.4m from the Mayor of London’s Young Londoner’s Fund.
Landlords - get a licence, not a fine.
We are calling on landlords and tenants to get clued up on rental regulations - or risk losing out.
Council Tax fraudster jailed for going on the run
A Plumstead man has been jailed for failing to attend court after pretending to be a student to escape paying Council Tax.
TV star Arabella Weir celebrates Royal Greenwich Shared Lives
Actress and author Arabella Weir has made a film with two Greenwich women to help celebrate a home-based adult care scheme in the Royal Borough.
Reducing the Strength increases the numbers for the Royal Borough
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has welcomed the 100th business to its Reducing the Strength campaign, a timely signing during Alcohol Awareness Week (19 to 25 November).
Royal Greenwich renews Fairtrade status
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is celebrating renewing its Fairtrade Town, following confirmation of the status for another two years.