You could save £1000s on the costs of making your home more energy efficient

You could save £1000s on the costs of heating, insulation and renewable energy technologies. Lewisham Council is working with Osborne Energy to offer support to enable residents in Lewisham, Bexley and Bromley to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. It’s a great package that includes: A full energy assessment for £99 (normal price: £150) […]

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Labour stamp duty proposal: more giveaways won’t fix the housing crisis

Responding to Labour’s announcement that it would abolish stamp duty for first homes bought for less than £300,000 and build 1 million homes by 2020, Alex Hilton, Director of Generation Rent, said: “Any cut to stamp duty just stimulates demand for housing. The extra cash a first time buyer would have just goes straight to […]

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Sponsored swim in Catford for ‘The Play Space Appeal’

Angela’s Swim School Ltd is a well known Swim School which has been established for over 12 years in the Kent area. In November 2014 Sara Harrison opened a new Franchise and several pools located in the Catford, Lewisham, Deptford and Woolwich areas! By following Angela’s proven methods to teach children and adults lo learn […]

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Catford Bridge Tavern destroyed by fire

Whether your remember it as the Railway Tavern, the Copperfield or Catford Bridge Tavern, the old pub next to the station went up in flames on 1 March. The London Fire Brigade were called out around 6pm on Sunday to tackle the blaze. According to their report the whole of the roof and second floor […]


Enjoy spring cleaning? – 21 March is Community Clear up Day

Community Clear Up Day is a ‘national spring clean’, backed by the Government, that aims to spruce up the country’s high streets, residential and business areas, villages and parks in time for spring. So if you fancy getting together with your friends and neighbours to clear up an area in your community or the whole […]


Lobby against cuts in Lewisham

A coalition of campaign groups, trade unions, and political parties are calling a lobby of Lewisham Council’s main meeting on Wednesday 25 February. They will gather from from 6pm at the Civic Suite, Catford SE6 4RU. The Lobby is to oppose the devastating cuts to public services that are being imposed on the people of […]

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The housing crisis and the Right to Buy

Housing and homelessness has been a growing concern for a number of years now but it being an election year activists are trying to make sure it’s at the top of everyone’s agenda. On 31 January, activists, unions and campaigners joined together to march on City Hall to demand better housing for London. Over 6,000 […]