Lewisham Round Up

  1. London Assembly Campaign Launch

    The clock starts ticking on Sue’s expenses

  2. Armed only with Peer-reviewed Science

    Sue on the mysterious appearance of Lewisham’s bins over at Heathrow

  3. lewisham roundabout

    Dreamer thinks about the roundabout’s future from a cyclist’s perspective

  4. Answers from Lewisham Council

    Nick from Brockley Central has the first part of his interview with John Miller, head of planning at the council.

  5. Upcoming London by-elections

    Omar on Whitefoot (amongst others).

  6. Ganesh Chaturthi – Vinayaka Chaturthi

    Paul B says “happy birthday” to a Hindu god.

  7. The Land of Oz: Lewisham Centre Sat 25 August

    Andrew M tells us that we’re bound to have a bonza time

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About Andrew Brown

I live in Lewisham, South East London, and spent 9 years as a Labour councillor in the borough between 1997 and 2006.
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2 Responses to Lewisham Round Up

  1. Richard proctor says:

    Far be it from me to want to bring the inadequacies of the Lewisham Gateway proposed development to your and your well informed readers, but on this occasion I’ll break the habit of a lifetime 😉

    Many objections have gone in to the Council over a long period (and a tiny amount of support), but none will register his objection more nobly than Ray Hall.

    Many will now Ray Hall as being a tireless fighter for a more socially inclusive solution to the centre of Lewisham, and his objection to the Gateway is full of interesting, and sometimes damning, history, and gives a far more balanced and personal view of the project than many other people can hope to give.

    I hope *all* the people who are directly involved, as well as all residents and anybody who even passes through Lewisham read his comments, and I’ve put it on the Lewisham Gateway Objectors website to make it a bit easier.

    http://www.lewishamgateway.org/facts.htm

    Thanks for the loan of the soapbox Andrew

  2. jameshigham says:

    All things Lewisham – nostalgia.

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