Lewisham Council is inviting comment on its Tall Buildings study which is part of the new Local Plan. However they will only consider comments on technical information within the study and factual errors or ommissions.
They are specifically not interested in whether you agree with the study. The consultation is open until 10th June. Full details can be found on the Council's website.
Too many lives are still blighted by discrimination & hatred. Work continues to build a society where everyone is respected & all rights are protected.
We'll always stand against homophobia, biphobia & transphobia wherever it occurs, in the UK or across the world.
We would like to put on record that we are appalled at the scurrilous attack on Angela Rayner in the Mail.
Peter George, Chair of Lewisham Liberal Democrats says "There is no place in a civilised society for this kind of trashy reporting." He added, "What is also interesting is that the Mail editors apparently believe that the PM is incapable of thinking straight when confronted with the fact that women have legs."
We are appalled at the latest Government proposal for processing refugees, a policy that sees desperate people as fodder for newspaper headlines. This is what our Mayoral Candidate Chris Maines had to say.
In this short video, Lee Green resident Lizzie Fox explains why she's standing for Council on 5th May.
It is always a pleasure to hear from Caroline. When she visited Lewisham on 30 March she spoke to us about the latest watchdog report, which highlights the need for urgent and fundamental change. She spoke about her work to ensure that Londoners have the police for they deserve, one that truly serves each and every Londoner.
This campaign has been launched by a group of residents who are concerned about the lack of regulation of Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) in Catford and other parts of Lewisham. The campaign aims to persuade Lewisham Council to follow other London Boroughs and introduce immediate Article 4 Directions in areas targeted by HMO developers and put better HMO housing management practices in place.
We very much support this community based movement and are very aware of the considerable disquiet in the area over this issue.
Lib Dem members have asked LBL about this in the past through questions to the Council. We are not convinced that LBL were as vigilante in their scrutiny about the issue in Catford South as perhaps they should have been. We will continue to press the Council on this matter and demand action.
The big announcements
Sunak is cutting fuel duty by 5p for one year.
This is meaningless when families face an income loss of £1,100 this year due to spiralling prices and Government tax hikes.
In fact, this measure will save the average driver just £70 - a drop in the ocean.
On the other hand, Liberal Democrats would slash VAT. That'd save drivers £600 a year and protect them from spiralling fuel costs. Drivers wouldn't pay a penny more for fuel this year - that's what real help looks like.
The threshold for National Insurance is going up
We are fighting to protect our fundamental British rights and freedoms by saving the Human Rights Act.
If you are not totally convinced your rights and freedoms are safe in the hands of Dominic Raab then sign our petition.
We can all do our bit. We do not all have the capacity to welcome someone into our home but there are a whole range of ways in which we can be a part of providing support.