Results tagged “Silvertown”
The future of 850 workers at two Silvertown factories may be decided in Dublin on Sunday when Europe's agriculture ministers meet to decide sugar policy.
They are expected to cave into pressure to continue protecting the European industry at the expense of importers from beyond the EU such as Tate & Lyle's Thames refinery.
Activists who went to the High Court to get Newham councillors to re-pay millions for the failed Pleasure Gardens scheme have failed - and told not bring any further legal challenges without the permission of a judge.
The east London-based Communities United Party has been hit with a rare civil restraint order and told to curb its litigation which has seen nine "truly hopeless claims" since 2011.
A proposed link between education and economic opportunities in the Royal Docks is one step closer to becoming a reality.
An application to create a secondary Free School in Silvertown, put forward by Oasis Community Learning and Britannia Village Primary School, has reached the second stage of the approval process.
Fog, snow and freezing weather meant less than 16,000 people used the Thames cable car last week.
Businesses in Greenwich and Newham have thrown their w eight behind a campaign for more river crossings in east London.
The borough councils are pushing for a new bridge at Gallions Reach and a new tunnel of Silvertown - and now businesses have said that a lack of crossings is hampering growth.