Leegate: Latest Update


In two weeks, 624 people signed paper and online petitions to Lewisham council  asking for a fundamental rethink of proposed Leeagate redevelopment plans. The petition was read by Cllr Jim Mallory to a full council meeting on 26th November.

The petition is still open and can be signed and presented again to the council:


Who will decide a Leegate Planning Application?

A planning application for Leegate will be decided by Lewisham Council, with Greenwich Council being statutory consultees. It is helpful for them to hear from residents of Lewisham and Greenwich about what they want in Leegate:

Here are their contact details: Contact Details of Councillors and MPs

Here are examples of letters that have already been written to them: Councillor letter MP letter

Heidi Alexander has updated her website with her views on Leegate and sent a letter to St Modwen:



15 people turned up at less than 12 hours notice for a photoshoot that led to Leegate articles in both the Mercury and South London Press this week

Mercury Article Nov 14

Leegate also made letter of the week in the Newshopper http://www.newsshopper.co.uk/opinion/11611503.Once_in_a_lifetime_chance_to_revive_Lee_Green_should_be_used_wisely/

The Blackheath Bugle has spoken on proposed plans:


Lee Green Assembly

Leegate will be discussed at the Assembly meeting on 9th December at Trinity School. 7.30 start. Open to everyone.


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