Clean Air for SE23 Meeting


Meeting at Forest Hill Library


New members of …? Who is hosting this?

The main issue is traffic management, but until the Council decides to prioritise the health and well-being of residents, rather than commuter traffic, nothing will change.

If a political party or community group stood in Forest Hill, with a plan on this issue, they could get elected … on the other hand this is Lewisham - the most deeply entrenched conservative Borough in England.


It’s the people that mentioned the Clean Air group previously on this forum.

Unfortunately the discussion seems to have moved over to Facebook.

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thanks for posting the info about the meeting. Yes, the group was created by Alice from the discussion on the thread below.

We work together with the Forest Hill Society to mitigate and reduce air pollution in the area. If you are interested in these issues then do please come along to the meeting on 18th May at 10.30 at Forest Hill Library. It is the third meeting. If you would like further info, you can pm me or visit the facebook page (it’s public now) or email Alice:

thank you

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Agenda summary for Clean Air for SE23 meeting. 18th May, 10.30-12.30 at Forest Hill Library.

  1. Welcome and introductions

  2. Mitigation through green infrastructure, including

• Street Trees for Living

• Living walls / re-greening areas suggested by Facebook members

  1. Prevention, including

• Campaign for clean air around schools e.g. anti-idling

• Promoting cycling and making it safer

• ULEZ extension

  1. Events, e.g. Clean Air Day, Lark in the Park

Please come to the meeting, there’s a lot that can be done and we need support and volunteers!

Thank you for reading

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