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Greenwich Thames Path cyclists told to make way for driverless cars

Greenwich Council is quietly doing some very good things on cycling – like boosting cycle lanes, and experimenting with new on-street parking facilities.

But it’s still capable of doing some very dumb things – such as closing a cycle lane on the Greenwich Peninsula so it can be used for trials of driverless cars. 354 more words

Local Stuff

Greenwich Peninsula social cleansing: Council loses battle to keep developer document secret

Residents on Greenwich Peninsula have won an 18-month battle to force Greenwich Council to release a document that influenced its decision to scrap all ‘affordable’ housing on a key development there. 880 more words

Local Stuff

Local homes for local people on the Greenwich Peninsula

I enjoyed reading Matthew Pennycook’s blog post at Greenwich.co.uk┬áregarding the Greenwich Peninsula this week. My interest in the Peninsula is two-fold: From the windows of my flat in West Greenwich I can observe the cranes and the ever-growing high-rise construction changing the East Greenwich skyline forever. 550 more words

Housing

The Changing Face of the Thames

Yesterday’s run along the Thames from Woolwich to Greenwich is a standard one in my ‘repertoire’, but it was made all the more special due to the light created by the bright winter sun that had emerged from the gloom as I reached the Thames Barrier. 186 more words

Running