- 27 Jul 15 Rehearsed Reading of Controversial New Play
- 20 Jul 15 Read the latest Newsletter
- 20 Jul 15 St Alfege Restoration - the next phase
- 17 Jul 15 Mayor 'honoured' to attend the Society's Magna Carta party
- 17 Jul 15 Stirling Prize Nomination for Stockwell Street
- 16 Jul 15 Honorary Award for Pieter van der Merwe
- 1 Jul 15 Help to "Green" Trafalgar Road
- 1 Jul 15 Save the old Marlborough School Building
What does Greenwich mean to you?The Greenwich Society works to make Greenwich a better place for all who live, work and study here. Whether it is the watchfulness that is required to protect the town's heritage or the concerns of local residents to improve its amenities, the Greenwich Society welcomes members and gives a voice to everyone who cares about the past, the present and the future.
- Mayor gives green light to liner terminal Planning permission was originally granted in 2012 for a passenger terminal on the Enderby Wharf site, however new European legislation that came into force earlier this year required cruise operators to stay for longer in London with vessels starting and ending trips in the capital.
- East Greenwich Library - an Asset of Community Value East Greenwich Library - threatened with sale and redevelopment - now listed as an Asset of Community Value
- Mayor faces growing political opposition to Cruise Liner decision Residents remain unconvinced by the council's reassurances about the impact on air quality
- Angry Reaction to Approval of Liner Terminal Despite many heroic and moving speeches, the Planning Board proved to be less than heroic and caved in to developers' 'fine' words.