Julia Fletcher enables the Community to have their say

Julia Fletcher Leegate Flyer Julia Fletcher is helping A Better Lee Green by delivering over 2000 flyers in Lee Green Ward to alert people to A Better Lee Green's Leegate survey, enabling everyone to have their say in what they want in Lee Green  

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Jenny Jones tells Steve Bullock ‘Size of the Superstore is the Problem’

  London Assembly Member, Baroness Jenny Jones, hears about Leegate plans and writes to Steve Bullock urging him to stop current plans and ensure that the community are listened to   jj-4230 Steve Bullock - Leegate Shopping Centre 13 Feb (1)  

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Peter Fortune Leegate Flyer ‘Community Must Be Listened To’


Storm Poorun Assists Leegate Pollution Study

A Better Lee Green, Network for Clean Air and Storm Poorun plot and hang pollution tubes around Leegate and leave them there for one month to measure pollution levels in Lee Green

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Heidi Alexander ‘Legitimate Questions Need Answers’

Mercury Newspaper publish a Letter from Heidi Alexander to St Modwen

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Jim Malory presents 800+ Petition Against Plans

In November 2014 Councillor Jim Malory presents A Better Lee Green’s petition with 624 signatures to a full council meeting calling for a fundamental reconsideration of plans, better public consultation, more public space, appropriate retail, cultural and leisure facilities By February 2015 there were over 800 paper and online signatures on the petition which can be read and signed here: Petition      

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Green Party Call St Modwen to ‘Stop Unsustainable Proposals’

Lewisham Green Party issue press release detailing their concerns regarding proposed plans including loss of public space, lack of a whole-town centre plan for Lee Green, pollution and congestion http://lewisham.greenparty.org.uk/news/2014/11/14/stop-st-modwen%E2%80%99s-unsustainable-and-damaging-proposals-for-lee-green-town-centre/

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Jim Malory in Evening Standard ‘Leegate is Worst Shopping Centre in England’

Evening Standard run an article on Leegate ‘the worst shopping centre in England’ Cllr Jim Mallory says ‘We need small retailers to create a niche offering to help them compete against the superstore' Susan Kinahan' from In-Sight opticians says ' this used to be a nice little hub which attracted locals' The full text of the article is presented below. You can view the original article here: BEN BRYANT Published: 10 December 2010 Grey shutters, boarded-up windows and "to let" signs — welcome to Britain's worst shopping district. The crumbling ...

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