Dear Labour Members in Lewisham,
By now, your postal ballot for Labour’s Mayor of Lewisham Candidate will have arrived. Vote to #ChangeLewisham.
Together, let’s fight for a more ambitious future in Lewisham.
It’s been a busy week of hard work and new developments. Here’s some of the projects Alan has been working on:
- The Fellowship Inn’s restoration into a community hub for Bellingham and Catford has started this week. This project is funded by a £4 million grant secured by Alan Hall
- Alan Hall has been working with Save Lewisham Hospital Campaign to expose the NHS Slash, Trash & Privatise plans
- Alan successfully secured the future of a £600,000 scheme at the Riverside Youth Club on the Pepys Estate in Deptford, alongside Lewisham’s new mutual youth service, Youth First
This year, I have worked with Phoenix on a 60-apartment extra care complex which will free up much needed social housing in the borough whilst providing community facilities and allowing residents to maintain their independence. This will be finished in September, and fully let by Christmas.
Together we can provide good quality council & social housing, community facilities and jobs for local people. Even in times of austerity we can make a difference.
Alan Hall has the experience and determination to create real ambitious change in Lewisham.
I am a lifelong Lewisham resident. I am supported by a diverse group of people, unions and locals including Unite the Union, the CWU, Aslef the train drivers’ union, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell, fellow Councillors Olurotimi Ogunbadewa, Peter Bernards, Eva Stamirowski, Sue Hordijenko, Skip Amrani, Liam Curran, and even Delia Smith!
I have worked tirelessly throughout my time as a Councillor to deliver the truth and to protect our public services. As Mayor, I am committed to standing up for Lewisham residents. Let’s make Lewisham fairer, better and happier.
What should I do if I haven’t decided who to vote for?
You can learn a little more about Alan Hall, his record and his plans for the future by checking out this live Q&A session hosted last week by the Communication Workers’ Union.
I hope to see you soon,