Assembly

What’s on the agenda at this Meeting?

 

Lee Green Assembly Local Plan

We will be reviewing the priorities for the area to ensure the issues and concerns you raised are still relevant and to find out whether there is anything else the Assembly should be working on. This follows the review exercise at the last meeting, after which we collated your thoughts, as the results of the Lee Forum survey. We will be seeking your agreement of the Assembly priorities at this meeting.

 

Assembly Fund 2017-18

Your Local Assembly Fund is spent on improving your area. We will be launching the 2017-18 Assembly fund at this meeting, with the timetable for proposals and presentations explained. If you have any bright ideas for a project we can fund this year, please contact your assembly coordinator Ade Joseph at adeyinka.joseph@lewisham.gov.uk

 

Lee Green Police Safer Neighbourhood Team 

Representatives from your local neighbourhood police will attend this meeting to update you on how they are working on reducing crime and antisocial behaviour across the ward and take any other questions you may have.

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The Assembly provides a chance to raise other issues that matter to you. So come along and take part to improve your area. If you cannot attend, but would like to give your views, contact: Ade Joseph, Lee Green Assembly Coordinator, on 020 8314 6026; or email adeyinka.joseph@lewisham.gov.uk

The Manor House & Library

Library services are back at Manor House following the recent award of the contract to the not-for-profit V22 Foundation to run it as a community library. Users are again able to return, borrow and reserve books, and a new computer suite has been installed with printing and photocopying services now in full operation. Volunteers are still being sought to help fill gaps in the rota at the Library, so if you think you might be interested, or know someone who could spare up to three hours a week to lend a hand, then please visit the library or telephone 020 8463 0420. New library opening hours are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays 9am-6pm, Wednesday 9am-7pm, Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm.

 

A range of activities continue with new ones introduced, including foreign language lessons, digital inclusion and Pilates classes. Anyone interested in hiring a space to use for workshops, events or community space can contact Simon Higgs on the above number or email contact@mhlibrary.co.uk – there are also more details on their web site www.mhlibrary.co.uk  Function rooms in Manor House are also available for hire for one off events, weddings, conferences etc.

 

Mayfield Court Public Consultation

The public consultation on the proposal to build new social housing in Lee Green on the current site of Mayfield Court on Burnt Ash Hill has now closed. Officers from the Council will be attending the next Assembly meeting to present the results of the consultation.

 

“Our Community, Our Say” at Manor House Gardens Festival Saturday 24 June

 

Lee Green Assembly is again hosting a Community Showcase, thanks to the generosity of Friends of Manor House Gardens. Up to 15 local groups will be on hand in a big tent to talk about what they do and answer questions as we celebrate the fantastic work they do to make our area a better place in which to live, often without reward save the sense of helping their neighbours and other local residents. Groups such as Manor Park Users Group, FUSS, Lee Manor Society, Friends of Manor House Library, Lee Green Lives and their community centre, Lee Fair Share Time Bank, Lee Forum, Lee Green WI and many others… offer a wide range of activities, services and support – something to interest anyone who wants to help their community, make new friends, have fun, or needs advice, help or support. More information from Lee Green Lives lgrnlives01@gmail.com

 

Lee Green Assembly website: We’re here for you! If you want to publicise events or activities contact: info@leegreen.london: Twitter: @leegreenlondon Facebook: Lee Green London

 

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