Consultation today on Tesco Lewisham housing development

There is a consultation event taking place today in Lewisham covering the development by Meyer Homes on part of the Tesco site.

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The event is at Glass Mill leisure centre today (24th November) from 2-8pm.

It appears that most of the car park is due for development. Whether Tesco construct a multi-storey car park to accommodate parking remains to be seen.

Earlier this year some early renders of the site appeared online:

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4 thoughts on “Consultation today on Tesco Lewisham housing development

  • November 24, 2016 at 1:30 pm
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    Dont tesco’s have a multi level car park under their site? who uses those existing car park spaces that are now being built over?

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  • December 12, 2016 at 7:58 pm
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    @blocksey: the underground car park for Tesco’s Lewisham is only one level and the surface parking space is rather cramped. In view of the sites’ – the space behind the petrol station has also been sold – proximity to Lewisham stations, car paking could be dispensed with entirely.

    @helloimjoe: of course the platform 4 entrance/exit should be re-opened, but this is probably in the ball court of the franchise holder. I don’t think there is enough room for a barrier and card reader and who wants to stand there and try and see the passes of hordes of rush hour travellers.

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