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Mayor of Lewisham urges Prime Minister to guarantee all EU nationals can stay in the UK after Brexit

On this page you can see the letter from Sir Steve Bullock, Mayor of Lewisham, to Prime Minister, Theresa May MP, about EU Nationals and Brexit

Sir Steve Bullock delivers his 16th mayoral report

Mayor of Lewisham urges Prime Minister to guarantee all EU nationals can stay after Brexit.

Lewisham Council raises £12,000 for charity

Lewisham Mayor Sir Steve Bullock and Mayoress Kris Hibbert, have proudly handed over a cheque for £12,000 to the Lavender Trust at Breast Cancer Care.

Steve Bullock on Westminster incident: ‘we stand together’

Mayor's statement on the Westminster incident

Mayor of Lewisham responds to school funding consultation

On this page you can see the letter from Sir Steve Bullock, Mayor of Lewisham, to Justine Greening MP, Secretary of State for Education about Lewisham school funding

Former Master of the Rolls appointed to lead the New Bermondsey/Surrey Canal Independent Inquiry

Former Master of the Rolls and Supreme Court judge, the Right Honourable Lord John Dyson, will carry out an independent inquiry into matters related to Lewisham Council's proposed compulsory purchase order of land at New Bermondsey/Surrey Canal.

Join our fair funding campaign for Lewisham schools

Lewisham residents have been urged to have their say in a major government consultation on school funding (National Funding Formula) which would see school funding in the borough cut by 10%.

Lewisham Council scoops major housing award

PLACE/Ladywell temporary housing scheme won ‘Best Housing Initiative’ at the LGC Awards 2017 on 8 March.

Lewisham Council awarded White Ribbon status

We have been awarded White Ribbon status in recognition of the work we have done to tackle violence against women and girls.

Volunteer panel members wanted for Youth Offending Service

We are looking for volunteers to join our Youth Offending Service as community panel members and work closely with young people to support them in not reoffending.

Changes to waste collections

From July there will be big changes to rubbish and recycling collections.

Lewisham landlords urged to sign up for HMO licence scheme

Lewisham Council is calling on landlords who rent out houses in multiple occupation (HMO) above commercial premises to sign up to its licensing scheme which aims to improve the quality of private rented sector homes.

Business rates revaluation

​At revaluation the Government adjusts the value of business rates to reflect changes in the property market. This generally happens every five years.

Lewisham standing together against racism, xenophobia and bigotry

We invite the citizens of Lewisham to join us in standing against all forms of hate crime by adding their signatures to this statement.