Lewisham Round Up

  1. Planning Committee

    Dean explains the decisions he took in committee.

  2. Would Jacqui Smith buy a kebab in Brockley?

    Brockley Central debate crime on the mean streets of SE London.

  3. New stuff

    Kate on Lewisham Sucks asks if anyone knows if there is a lewisham autism forum or discussion board.

  4. Swimming pool consultation

    The Dame lets us know that we’re entitled to have a view on when the pool ought to open and that sort of thing.

  5. Rerubishment costs for leaseholders in Brockley

    Brockley Central are keeping an eye out.

  6. A Picture of Health

    Clare is another one left wondering what the NHS planners are up to.

  7. The Green City?

    Park Bench London says that Lewisham (and Richmond-upon-Thames) allowed 137 gardens to be built over in the last three years, making us the 9th worst borough in the capital for this sort of thing.

  8. Proposed change to the 273 bus route

    Paul B has the proposed changes to the route and says you should tell him if you think they’re not what you’d do.

  9. The M&S test

    Tom at Going Local suggests “one problem with local shops – unless you know them, and know their stock, then they can seem very off-putting.” Still he says they pass the test.

  10. The story grows in the telling

    Lancaster UAF expose fascist’s lies, but make the point that they are trying to be a force in Lewisham politics.

  11. Deptford park redevelopment & farmer’s market

    The Dame says get yourselves to the park to have a say on its future, and then perhaps you might patronise (in the nice sense) the farmer’s market.

  12. The Only Living Boy In New Cross*

    Reidski bigs up the Young Mayor, and teaches us some new words.

  13. Wet Journey

    Wulf suggests that it might be time to invest in a boat.

  14. Deptford Town Hall

    Transpontine passes on some interesting history.

  15. First things first

    Tom’s going local and you can join him on his expedition.

  16. From the postbag: the BNP

    In which Westmonster reminds us that not all the fruit of our borough is ripe.

  17. All kinds of everything

    Henry shows us just how diverse we are as a borough.

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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