Ams Statement Regarding Today’s CPO decision

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AMS statement 25.01.17 Today’s surprise announcement by Lewisham Mayor Steve Bullock that the Compulsory Purchase Order threat over The Den has been lifted will come as very welcome news. Let us be under no illusion however. The politicians of Lewisham … Continued

Steve Bullock Statement CPO Dropped

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Statement by Mayor Bullock in relation to the SCSF and New Bermondsey CPO I have not made any public comment in regard to the proposed CPO because of my involvement with the Surrey Canal Sports Foundation (SCSF). However it has … Continued

Ams Statement 24-1-2017

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AMS statement 24.01.17 Today’s news has moved very fast. Firstly we hear that a group of 45 Lewisham councillors has called for an independent enquiry into the New Bermondsey affair. Secondly a major sponsor of the Renewal scheme in Cabinet … Continued

Ams Statement 19-1-2017

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AMS statement Tonight’s revelations by The Guardian’s will shock all who have followed this sorry New Bermondsey affair. The AMS will make no comment on the specific allegations, which will need to follow due process. However we do take this … Continued

AMS Statement 11-1-2017

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AMS statement Yesterday’s adjournment of the Lewisham Cabinet meeting considering the ‘New Bermondsey’ Compulsory Purchase Orders, allows welcome breathing space for cool and calm reflection by all sides. This is however merely a postponement, not a cancellation. Therefore our work … Continued

Crowdfunding Appeal

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As you may be aware from the local, national and International news, the AMS have been active in exposing the ownership of ‘Renewal’ and the connections via Lewisham Council to the compulsory purchase order to force the redevelopment of the … Continued

Enemy at the gates

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Enemy at the gates Calling all Millwall fans. Everywhere. In just seven days’ time at Catford Town Hall on January 11th 2017 at 6pm, Millwall FC’s fate will once again rest in the hands of the Lewisham Council Cabinet. Once … Continued

Open Letter to Barry Quirk Chief Executive of Lewisham Council

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  Dear Barry,   As an employee of the council, you’re perhaps not used to being addressed by members of the public. You have no need to seek votes or favour. You’re not an elected official. Your role is not … Continued