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Lee Forum promotes and improves the social, economic and environmental well-being of the neighbourhood. Membership is free, and open to all who live, work, or have an interest in the area.

The Forum will produce a Neighbourhood Plan which will give our community direct power to develop a shared vision for the development of our local area. The Neighbourhood Plan will influence where new homes, shops, community facilities and offices are built by facilitating planning permission for those that best meet the needs of the local community. It will also help protect valued local heritage and character.

Evidence Gathering

The Neighbourhood Plan will be the result of consultation by and of local people. The more local people tell us and become involved, the better it will be.

Making a Plan

Consultation results will be turned into a draft plan which will be circulated for further comment and discussion. This is due to happen in March 2019.

Keeping updated

Please become a member to ensure you receive all our consultations. New committee members and volunteers are welcomed. Please email us to become involved.

The Lee Forum uses both Facebook and Twitter to report news and events. However if you prefer not to use social media, please find a digest of our Facebook posts below which is updated automatically:

3 weeks ago
Eyesore Property - 82 Manor Park, SE13 5RL

Work in progress at last, April 2019 🙂

1 month ago
stations

Here's a useful website, with map, for electric vehicle charge points in the London area 🙂
https://www.sourcelondon.net/stations

1 month ago
Greenwich Diary

This is worth knowing about 🙂

1 month ago
Quaggy Waterways Action Group

Lee Forum and QWAG were delighted to have Greenwich and Lewisham councillors Gardner, Hawking, Rathbone, Holland, De Ryk and Bonavia join them on a walk in the River Quaggy between Sutcliffe Park and ... See more

1 month ago
Lee Green Lives

Please take part in this important local survey 🙂

2 months ago
853

An update on a story from a few months ago -- the 34-storey tower in Lewisham won't be going ahead, because of a lack of "affordable" units. Could the same thing happen with the Leegate plans?

2 months ago
310-322 Lee High Road, a Portrait of a Shopping Parade (Part 2)

Another fascinating piece on local history 🙂