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Leegate Centre: New Petition to Preserve Lee Green for the Community

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Brownhill Road Safety Campaign

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New push to transform Hither Green Lane

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With the imminent submission of plans to Lewisham council  that will dominate Lee Green’s Leegate Centre with a second large supermarket, a New Petition has been launched asking Lewisham Council to take action. Signing the petition takes 30 seconds via this link: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/preserve-public-space-and-reduce-pollution-at-lee-green The petition does not deny that something needs to be done about Leegate, but questions whether proposed plans will replace …

What are your favourite memories of walking to school? Running through leaves? Finding shortcuts? Over 70% of today’s parents walked to school as a child, but less than half of children walk to school today. So we’ve produced this delightful animation to remind people of their childhood memories, and to help us save the memories …

Brownhill Road is a crucial part of the South Circular and  always busy. This particular strectch- between  Torridon Road and Catford is also a busy pedestrian route with families having to cross it in order to get to schools. News article: Agony for parents of 13 year old exchange student killed in road accident. The …

Have you ever wandered down Hither Green Lane and thought how much nicer it could be? A group of residents are trying to change the road for the better – and we want your views! As you may have noticed, traffic travels very fast on this road and often fails to stop at the Zebras. …

Lewisham Central Counillor Stela Jeffrey has announced that work to improve the layout of Courthill Road where it meets Lewisham High Street begins very shortly. Just heard that works to improve Courthill Road/Lewisham High Street junction will start on August 26 with the main phase starting on 15/9. — Stella Jeffrey (@JeffreyStella) August 19, 2014

Hither Green residents were in the papers on Friday 18th April, calling for more crossings and better speed enforcement on local roads. The South London Press ran the story, which featured a picture of residents gathered on Ennersdale Road to call for change. Lewisham’s Mayor Steve Bullock has said the Council will investigate concerns after …