Catford Broadway’s street market will be bolstered with new traders on Saturday 26 July and will kick-start the beginning of a larger market on the last Saturday of every month.
Lewisham Council is looking for a home to showcase energy efficiency measures and is offering improvements worth up to £10,000 in return.
Crofton Park and Honor Oak Park has been designated a neighbourhood area with its own neighbourhood forum.
Inspirational primary and secondary school pupils took centre stage as their achievements were recognised at a special awards ceremony organised by the Lewisham Pupil Ambassadors.
A plan to restore heritage features to Beckenham Place Park has received £4.9m from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Big Lottery.
Young people aged 16 to 25 can become reading champions this year, offering support and helping with the Summer Reading Challenge.
A counterfeit DVD business being run in the borough has been shut down resulting in one man jailed for a year and another sentenced to a community order.
Your business could get up to £3,000 for a faster broadband connection, usually of 30Mbit/s or more.
Two apprentices from Lewisham Council have beaten off competition from hundreds of entrants to be shortlisted for the London final of the National Apprenticeship Awards 2014.
During July all Lewisham residents will receive a letter through the post telling them about the biggest change to the electoral registration system in nearly 100 years.
A woman who included her dead grandfathers’ details on her social housing application has been sentenced to a community order for 12 months, with a requirement to do 120 hours of unpaid work.
It is no longer possible to supply evidence for housing benefit or council tax reduction at Laurence House in Catford.
Youth football teams in Lewisham can now enter the London County Saturday Youth Football League.