Monthly Archives: June 2017

Three Lewisham Buildings – Cladding To Be Removed 

Cladding is to be removed from three buildings in Lewisham. ​Lewisham Council and Lewisham Homes have ordered the removal of cladding from three buildings in Lewisham following advice from the London Fire Brigade. The two buildings in New Cross Ward are: 1–48 Hatfield Close, SE14 49–96 Hatfield Close, SE14 The third building is in Telegraph Hill Ward: Gerrard House, SE14

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A Theatre Trip for Every 5 Year Old Child in Lewisham Initiative

Today the Albany launched it’s fantastic campaign ‘A Theatre Trip for Every Child’ This is a fantastic opportunity for every 5 year old within the Borough of Lewisham to experience the theatre. Early experience of theatre and arts can have such a positive affect on young lives. It is often an experience that remains with them forever. This campaign raises

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Grenfell Tower – Life Is Too Precious – Update Relating to Lewisham

Many of us are shocked and horrified by the scenes we saw at Grenfell Tower, and my thoughts are with all involved, those whose lives have been cut short,  injured, unaccounted for, their families, friends and community. We have seen how so many have rallied in support from the community and further afield. I visited my friend who lives next

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A Delicate Balance – Innovation & Conservation

Innovation and Conservation is the title of the free one-day conference in Brockley to mark 50 years of the Civic Amenities Act. The 1967 Civic Amenities Act was set out to protect buildings of special historic and architectural interest, and to prevent the aggressive demolition that was taking place at the time. This is poignant as in Lewisham we need

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