- Lewisham Borough Council Planning Department
- United Kingdom
People all over the world are interested in Deptford's maritime history. The proposals for Henry VIII's royal dockyard and the site of John Evelyn's Sayes Court manor house and garden in Deptford must be fought with all the spirit and tenacity that historically characterizes the site that launched ships for the battle of the Spanish Armada, launched countless voyages of discovery of Drake, Frobisher, Cook, Vancouver, and set out ships for Nelson’s battles including Trafalgar.
By signing the petition you register that you are dissatisfied by the current development proposals for Convoy's Wharf by Hutchison Whampoa and News International.
The petition is a tool to measure local, national and international feeling about these development proposals. It is still necessary to write to Lewisham with your response to the developer's proposals.
Regarding the proposals for Convoys Wharf by Hutchison Whampoa and News International, we, the undersigned, wish to register our concerns about the massing, scale, density, heights, transport, disruption, environmental impacts, the build time of ten years and the proposals to build over the historic slipways, mast pond and basin of King Henry VIII's royal dockyard and the site of John Evelyn's Sayes Court manor house and garden.
The Hands Off Our Heritage petition to Lewisham Borough Council Planning Department was written by deptfordhighstreet and is in the category City & Town Planning at GoPetition.