Public services should work together to benefit local people say Lewisham councillors

​As public spending continues to fall, public agencies in Lewisham need to work together to maximise overall benefit to the community. That’s the main message from a new report by Lewisham councillors into public spending in the borough.

Smoking in vehicles with children is banned

It is now illegal to smoke in vehicles with someone under 18 present.

Council consults on library changes

Lewisham Council is proposing changes to the library service and wants your views.

Free cycle lessons for children during October half-term

This autumn children can get free cycle lessons, with sessions aimed at beginners and improvers.

Sports funding available for regional and national competitors

If you compete at a regional level or above, and you live in the Lewisham borough, you can apply for the new Lewisham Sports Talent Bursary.

Brockley fly-tipper forced to pay £3,500

A fly-tipper who dumped his rubbish on the streets of Brockley is now almost £3,500 worse off thanks to a prosecution brought by Lewisham Council.

Countdown begins to find Lewisham’s next Young Mayor

Election fever has gripped Lewisham as 29 young people throw their hats into the ring to compete to become the twelfth Young Mayor.

Make sure you are registered to vote

Households in Lewisham will have received a form asking them to check whether the information that appears on the electoral register for those living at their address is correct

Mayor of Lewisham makes statement on Syrian refugee crisis

Lewisham residents are playing their part already and expect their Council to play its part too.

We want views on our landlord licensing proposal

We are consulting on a proposal that would require landlords renting out accommodation above commercial properties (such as flats above shops) for multiple occupation to obtain a licence from the Council.