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Woolwich,

Greater London, England: see GreenwichGreenwich
, inner borough (1991 pop. 200,800) of Greater London, SE England, on the Thames River. The borough, which is treated as an outer borough for statistical purposes, includes most of Woolwich, which was merged with Greenwich in 1965; North Woolwich, on the north side of
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THE WOOLWICH yesterday cut more than half of their mortgage rates and relaunched deals for people with smaller deposits.
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BIRMINGHAM bank customers have received a New Year update from Barclays on Woolwich accounts.
Woolwich Offset mortgage is guaranteed to stay at just 0.
Barclays, which acquired The Woolwich in 2000, announced plans last month to merge around 200 Barclays and Woolwich sites which are within 300 metres of each other.
The Woolwich consumer confidence index shows North East people are less confident in the housing market than they were in October when 47% believed the value of their house would rise in 2005.
The latest Woolwich Consumer Confidence Index shows a three per cent fall this July.
RESEARCH by The Woolwich in June shows confidence in the housing market has dropped.
The Woolwich, the UK's fourth largest mortgage lender, said that in August 57 per cent of people were confident that the housing market will continue to perform strongly, down from 59 per cent in June.
It has also produced at least half a dozen leads in other areas where people think that the Rules [of racing] are being broken, breached, or where they think there is a bit of skulduggery," said Woolwich.