Local News

Ross Archer selected as 2018 Conservative Candidate for Mayor of Lewisham

Sydenham resident Ross Archer has been selected as the Prospective Conservative candidate for Mayor of Lewisham ahead of next year’s local elections. Ross has lived in Lewisham for over twenty years and has played an active role in the community; as a School Governor, Charity Trustee and Scout Leader. Ross works as a Manager for a not-for-profit organisation.

Labour Dominated Lewisham Council Could Destroy Millwall FC

Lewisham Deptford Conservatives slam plans for New Bermondsey Development.

On the 11th of January, Lewisham Council will hold a crucial meeting on the proposed New Bermondsey Development, that could spell the end of Millwall Football Club in the borough. 

Khan Breaks Fares Promise

Conservatives in London have criticised the Labour Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, after breaking his central promise during last years campaign, just 9 months after coming to office.

Andy Hughes and James Clark selected for Council By-elections

Lewisham Deptford Conservatives have named Andy Hughes and James Clark as their candidates in the forthcoming Brockley and Evelyn ward by-elections. These by-elections are a chance to elect a strong opposition to the dominate Labour group on the council. Both by-elections take place on the 13th October 2016. Polls will be open between 7am and 10pm.

Lewisham Mayor failed to meet Boris once to discuss “vital” Bakerloo line extension

Local Conservatives have hit out at the Mayor of Lewisham, Sir Steve Bullock, after figures obtained through a Freedom of Information request revealed he failed to meet the former Mayor of London Boris Johnson to discussthe proposed extension of the Bakerloo line between its announcement in September 2014 and Boris Johnson’s end of term in April 2016.