Save Old Tidemill School Community Garden from being bulldozed!

Help us save Old Tidemill Garden – Lewisham is selling off our community spaces – We need to act now!

The local Community is fighting hard to save this Garden form being bulldozed by Sherry Green Homes.  WE WANT TO KEEP THIS SPACE FOR OUR COMMUNITY and to have it open to the public all year round.  This is a one-off nature space for children to play in and for everyone to enjoy.

This beautiful nature space really is the green lungs of South Deptford.

Come and enjoy it now while you can – OPEN EVERY SATURDAY 12-3pm.

ALl AGE apprenticeship opportunity in CONSTRUCTION

CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SEE THE POSTER ADVERT:
Find Out More – follow these links:
Denise Atkinson
Local Labour & Business Scheme
Programme Manager
Economy and Partnerships
3rd Floor Laurence House . Catford . London . SE6 4RU
0208 314 9497

Love being Warm: Free Advice on 14th February

South East Community Energy (SELCE) is running a session on Affordable Warmth, to update frontline workers, volunteers and other relevant people on what is available to support you and your clients to keep warm and well at home for less. We can run these at a time and place convenient to you / your clients, or you can attend an open, public session.

Our next session is to be held on February 14th 2017 from 1pm-4pm. Alternatively, I can come along to an existing event/team/meeting/training session hosted by you and run a session there. This can be anything from 20 minutes, to the full three-hour session, depending on your requirements! Below is an overview as well as the link to book a place:

 

Book now at:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/affordable-warmth-fuel-poverty-facts-whats-available-to-assist-clients-feb-tickets-31512876863

Overview:

All are welcome to come along to this informative, practical and engaging workshop to find out more about what is available to support you and your clients to keep warm and well at home for less. Even if you have attended something similar before, this area is always changing! So come along for free and find out the latest information.

Here is some feedback from a previous session: “…was actually very useful and sort of fun!”.

You will find out:

  • What fuel poverty is, who it affects and how it affects their health;
  • How to get the best deal for energy bills (this should help your household too!);
  • What assistance is available – locally and nationally;
  • What can be done to save money and energy around the home;
  • Details of schemes which are available specifically to help vulnerable clients in the local area.

These are the basics of what you need to know to enable action to be taken without adding hugely to your already large work load! If this isn’t relevant to you directly, please pass this on to anyone or any service that could find it of interest! Be it a health team, local charity or another community initiative that you know of! Any questions please phone the SELCE office on 0208 269 4882.

Book now as these free sessions have a tendency of filling up fast!

Alex Hartley

Fuel Poverty Projects Manager

07717050705

@AlexHartEco @SELonCommEnergy

Education, Health and Care Plan Survey

Open From 30/01/17 15:00 to 30/04/17 23:59

Link: http://lewisham-consult.limehouse.co.uk/portal/children_and_young_people/strategy_performance_and_commissioning/ehcp_survey

Privacy:If you take part: your name will not be shown, your answers will not be shown, your town/city will not be shown

Description:To gather views from parent / carers and young people on what they think about the Education, Health and Care Plan process. This information will then be used to review and improve the process.

Organisation:London Borough of Lewisham

Email:caroline.doyle@lewisham.gov.uk

Contact Telephone:020 3049 1278

Subject:Education & Early Years, Carers, Children and Young People

Service/Business Area:Children with Complex Needs

Consultation Purpose:This survey is to provide useful feedback to Lewisham SEND Team on parental experiences of the Education, Health and Care process.

Method(s) of consultation:Online survey and targeted emails.

Lewisham wards:All wards

Lewisham Council Planning Forum 23rd March 2017

Lewisham Council’s Planning Service invites you to participate in the first Community Planning forum.  It is intended that this will introduce a new working relationship between Lewisham Council and our registered local community groups.  These meetings will provide opportunities to meet with representatives of the Planning Department, provide updates, discuss key issues of interest and be a forum to provide feedback and answer questions and queries.

When:             23rd March 2017 19:30-21:30

Where:            Lewisham Council

Due to the large number of community groups we have within the London Borough of Lewisham, please can you nominate one person from your community group to attend. Please email your name, your community group and an up to date email address of the group to matthew.couch@lewisham.gov.uk

 

Once we have received an attendance list, we will contact you again with further information.  If you are no longer affiliated with the community group, please let us know.

 

Matthew Couch

Customer Liaison Officer, Planning Services – Resources & Regeneration

London Borough of Lewisham

[T] 0208 314 9252

[E] matthew.couch@lewisham.gov.uk or planning@lewisham.gov.uk

Out of the office until Wednesday 15th February 2017 and will respond your enquiry upon my return.

RADICAL HOUSING NETWORK invitation to Event on Friday 16th December

Celebrating some wins of this year:
Butterfields’ eviction resistance. Letting fees banned. Pay to stay flip flopped. Goldsmiths Cut the Rent getting £650,000 compensation. Aylesbury halting social cleansing. Rent strikes spreading and winning.
Friday 16 December, 7pm – 2am, at the hARTSlane studios near New Cross Gate station, so we can all celebrate, reflect, and plan together.
// Kids welcome //
// Bring food and drink to share //
// Bring banners //
// Come ready to make music //
// Tell us your housing villains to go on our piñata //
hARTSlane Studios is at the end of Harts Lane, served by buses 21, 53, 171, 172, 343 and regular trains to New Cross Gate from Dalston, Highbury, London Bridge, Crystal Palace, Victoria.

Deptford Thames Tideway Tunnel Crossfield Open Space Landscape Masterplan

Tunnel, Thames Tideway have established a  Community Liaison Working Group – to keep local people informed about  works, listen to your views, feedback and help minimise disruption.

The first meeting of the Community Liaison Working Group will take place on Monday 28 November at 19:00 at the Creekside Discovery Centre, 14 Creekside, London SE8 4SA.  You can find out more on the Thames Tideway Tunnel web site at https://www.tideway.london/the-tunnel/construction-sites/deptford-church-street-deptford/ or by calling their dedicated Helpdesk on 08000 30 80 80 or email getinvolved@tideway.london.

Information supplied to DNA By:

Adam Platts| Project Manager
Regeneration and Place
London Borough of Lewisham
4th Floor | Laurence House | Catford | London SE6 4RU
Tel: 0208 314 6089

www.lewisham.gov.uk