Welcome to Greenwich Community Engagement Board website
About the GCEB
The Greenwich Community Engagement Board (GCEB), formed in October 2007, acts as an independent body to help improve safety throughout the Royal Borough of Greenwich by working with communities, the Metropolitan Police, Greenwich Council and other appropriate agencies and statutory bodies.
To confirm your attendance or find out more
information call 020 8921 8388.
Time: 7 to 9pm
Venue: The Gallery, The Woolwich Centre SE18 6HQ
GCEB current priorities
• Membership review
• Feedback from board members
Community Safety & Environment,
4th Floor, The Woolwich Centre,
35 Wellington Street, Woolwich,
London SE18 6HQ
Telephone: 020 8921 8396
19 Apr 2013
The London Fire Brigade is holding 24 open meetings across the city as part of the public consultation on its Draft Fifth London Safety Plan, which outlines how the Brigade will continue to keep Londoners safe over the next three years.
Included in the plan are details of how the Authority proposes to make savings worth £28.8m, including closing 12 fire stations, removing 18 fire engines, relocating four fire engines and reducing the number of firefighter posts by 520.
Join the GCEB
The GCEB is open to all community representatives from a formally constituted organisation/group within the borough that has an interest in community safety. Representatives include Ward Panel Chairs, residents associations, Neighbourhood Watch schemes, faith groups, societies and small businesses.
What’s happening in your community
We’d like to know what safety issues you might be facing in your community and how you are going about tackling them. E-mail: email@example.com