Posts by Cllr Philip Read

Heart Tree

Love Life. Love Bexley.

Like you, we love living in Bexley, and are proud of all the things we have achieved together over the...

Erith Lighthouse

Erith Lighthouse – a summer of food and events by the Erith riverfront

Residents in the borough are being invited to enjoy Erith’s riverside this summer, and to experience an extraordinary ‘pop up’...

Bexley Conservative Counillors

Huge investment in local services unveiled by Bexley’s Conservative Councillors

With substantial investments for highways and public realm, your Conservatives have unveiled a new mid-budget programme to make Bexley look...

Bexley Council statement following Grenfell Tower fire

Bexley Council statement following Grenfell Tower fire

Our thoughts and sympathies are with the families and friends of those who lost their lives in the fire at...

Clean & Green

Get ready for a cleaner and greener Bexley!

Your Bexley Conservative Councillors have published their budget proposals for 2017/18. The proposals will help transform the Borough, making it...

Bexley Conservatives – 2016 in Review

2016 has been another busy year for your Bexley Conservative Councillors and another year where positive action has succeeded in...

Association Executive at annual dinner

Two Cabinet Ministers in Erith for the Annual Dinner of Erith & Thamesmead Conservatives

Back (L-R) Will Dorgu, Eliot Smith, Cllr John Davey, Sir Michael Fallon MP, Cllr Philip Read, Cllr Teresa O'Neill. Front...

Belvedere Beach Artist's Impression

Belvedere Beach is Coming!

Residents in Belvedere and across Bexley will soon be able to spend every day on the beach. This follows the...

Priti Patel speaking to Conference

Priti Patel hits out at £12bn Foreign Aid ‘spending spree’

Erith & Thamesmead Conservative Association President, Priti Patel MP, is abandoning the UK’s rigid commitment to spend a fixed percentage...

New children’s playground for Belvedere

The plan to develop an entirely new play area at this site continues to make good progress. Please come along...