The LPR Dinner/Auction on 29th May at Pelham House is shaping up to be an amazing night! You can get tickets at http://auctionnightatpelhamhouse.eventbrite.co.uk or contact Juliet at email@example.com if you’d like to pay by cheque or reserve a table. All money raised will go towards the next stage of our campaign to secure affordable houses and workspace…Details
A joint press release from three local energy companies, please click the image for the full report
Letter to Sussex Express. I am perplexed by the comment made by Clive Wilding of Santon, the developer of North St, in his and Rob Blackman’s (Leader of LDC) interview in Viva Lewes this month. Regarding the displacement of the 50 businesses, dozens of self-employed and social and creative enterprises currently on site, in favour of…Details
Loads of comments have gone to the SDNPA re. the Santon/LDC planning app – they will appear on their website in due course.
If you didn’t have time, don’t worry – do it now! They will continue to accept comments until a decision is made (most probably the Autumn) even though the formal consultation period has now ended.
Meanwhile, enjoy this! From our very own Arthur Brown – ‘Lewes Developer Blues’ – Press Details to hear
You can buy the CD with the additional song ‘Phoenix Rising’ at LaPortes and Si’s Sounds for £5. All proceeds to support our campaign for affordable homes and workspace on the Phoenix!Details
Sussex Express has now put online the alternative vision for the Phoenix Estate by Lewes Phoenix Rising.
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Great letter in the Sussex Express, now online, written by Matt Kent, prospective independent candidate for Lewes http://www.sussexexpress.co.uk/news/letters/industry-will-be-driven-to-wall-if-lewes-s-phoenix-estate-is-relocated-1-6710508 After reading Clive Hobden’s letter (Sussex Express, April 17th 2015), I was left wondering whether he had been down to North Street, Lewes, recently to see all the great industry, creativity and jobs that he quite…Details
Fantastic new website from the makers and artists on the Phoenix estate. http://www.phoenixartscollective.co.uk/ Over the last eight years, a grassroots artistic community has sprung up on a 15-acre Industrial Estate, due to much hard graft, luck and passion. The businesses here are incredibly diverse, representing virtually every discipline of arts and crafts, at the highest…Details
Here are first visuals of how Lewes Phoenix Rising would look to renovate the Phoenix Ironworks. We’ve focused on bringing these Victorian iron and brick structures to life to create large-scale, light-filled space for workshops, cultural and community venues and enterprises of all kinds. Plans include a riverside walk along the flood wall. A walkway…Details