Catford South Local Assembly – Saturday 16 March 2019 – 10.30am


We have a great local Assembly meeting on the 16th of March
If you would like to see the presentations delivered at our most recent local assemblies please download the links below

Clean Air: To be added
Agenda Booklet:Agenda-booklet-CS-assembly-16-March-2019

You are invited to the Catford South Assembly meeting.
The Assembly is a meeting for people who live work or learn in the Catford South area – you are a part of that community, so come along, have your say and get involved!

Date: Saturday 16 March 2019
Time: 10.30 – 12.30pm, then 12.30 – 1pm Catford conversation
Place: Rushey Green Primary School, Culverley Road entrance, Culverley Road, Catford SE6 2LA

What’s happening at this meeting?

Mayors Question Time
As part of our assembly meeting, Mayor of Lewisham Damien Egan will be holding a Q&A for Catford South
residents – come along on to ask him a question, or hear more about his priorities for our borough.

We will be starting with Mayors Questions straight away and questions must be submitted on entry to the meeting therefore if you would like to ask the Mayor a question at the assembly,
please fill out the form on your door to door leaflet or download the question form here and bring it with you to the meeting. Download-Mayors-QA-Question-Sheet
We apologise but we may not have time for all questions.

Clean Air Campaign

The Catford South ward cares deeply about cleaner air and has its own local working group from the
community working to make important changes to the area. Everyone who lives and works in Lewisham
can make our air cleaner by signing up to the Mayor of Lewisham’s Clean Air pledge. You can hear about
all the councils plans to improve the air for all residents, from idling action days and green screens at schools, to electric car charging points and improved cycle routes.
Hear more and ask your questions to council officers working on the Clean Air Lewisham campaign

Waste Management Consultation – Let’s talk rubbish!

Lewisham Council is keen that all residents are recycling as much as possible. They want to understand the barriers you face when disposing of your waste. For example, fly tipping cost the borough over £340,000 to deal with in the 2017/18 financial year.
The Lewisham Environment Team will be coming along to the assembly to hear your views and answer your questions.

Can’t come to the meeting – you can still give your views
Help to shape the waste and recycling services before 8 April 2019, complete the survey:
online here
• at various events at libraries, leisure centres and local assembly meetings.
You can also enter a prize draw for a chance to receive one of five £50 Amazon vouchers! (See the website for full terms and conditions.)
Survey closes: 8th April
For any questions, or to find out more about the consultation, please email

Community Updates
Our community is one of the most vibrant and exciting communities in Lewisham. We hope to hear from some
local organisations about their plans and exciting news. If you have an update you want to give our
Catford Regeneration – From 12.30 – 1pm attendees please drop me an email by Wednesday 13 March on

Team Catford
From 12.30 – 1pm – Join the Catford Conversation and chat with Team Catford. The engagement for the regeneration of Catford Town Centre continues and we’ve asked Team Catford to come along and listen to the views of Catford South residents, ensuring you have your say on the Catford masterplan.
cant get to the meeting you can still engage with the masterplanning.
you can add your views to the map here
check out Team Catford’s website, twitter, instagram and facebook

If you would like to update the assembly on anything, please let us know and we will try to give you a forum to promote your news – either at the assembly meeting, on on Facebook: @LoveCatfordSE6 or on twitter @Love_Catford


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Hi. I am the coordinator for the Catford South Local Assembly and a friend of all things Catford :-)

1 Comment

  1. Catfrod council failed on three occasions to collect my waste, I ended up using a man and the van rubbish clearance service I found on Facebook, it cost me £35 and the damn guy fly tipped the waste. I ended up going to court and being fined as it was my fault for not making sure the guy was a registered waste carrier. I urge anyone wishing to have waste removed to check that the company you hire has a waste carriers licence issued by the UK environment agency. You can check to see if a business is registered here

    Also check to see if they are registered with AFTA, the anti fly-tipping association which you can check here

    Last thing you want to do is be taken to court and prosecuted and end up with a criminal record. Be very wary when hiring these man and van type services to clear your waste.

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