Another packed edition of your favourite local magazine! There’s news on the former Wide Horizons envirnonment centre on Bexley Road, the Memorial Rainbow Wall in Southwood Park and some celebrity sausage rolls!. All the usual stuff too of course, including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.
The ‘back to school’ edition of your favourite magazine is out this weekend. There’s news on the council’s restrictions on new 5G monopoles planned for area, and features on our new Mayor, Linda Bird and the history of Oxleas Woods. All the usual stuff too of course, including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.
The July issue of SEnine is on the streets now. A 32-pager full of interesting news and features. You’ll find plenty to read inside including the story of a local artist who has decided to brighten up the fences of Avery Hill Road. July also has features on hi-tech Scouting and a little bit of history of the Scouts in Westmount Road.
All the usual features too of course, including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.
We hope you enjoyed doing the back cover Bernard Skinner Crossword in our May edition.
Here are the answers, so you can check just how knowledgeable you are!
Despite the current Covid restrictions on so many of our advertisers, we have published a 24-page June edition full of interesting news and features. You’ll find plenty to read inside including one reader’s memories of her mum’s experiences of the last great pandemic, the 1918 Spanish Flu. Many of the usual suspects too of course including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and lots of News in Brief.
We were determined to publish a magazine for May, despite the current Covid restriction on so many of our advertisers. It’s a bit slimmer than normal, but you’ll still find plenty to read inside including the story of one local family’s special association with the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Many of the usual suspects too of course including Jane’s Jottings, SPY and News in Brief.
A property sell-off by Sainsbury’s could lead to a major new flat development in central Eltham.
The shopping arcade, St Mary’s, running between its store and the High Street, is being marketed for £2m.
Purchasers are being asked to consider the possibility of adding extra floors, possibly levelling up to the height of the adjacent cinema.
The sale of the nine retail units and the historic community centre fronting the High Street, is part of a nationwide rationalisation of Sainsbury’s estate to pay off debts.
The future of the struggling Moss Bros, one of the tenants, will be raised although the store itself, refurbished last year, seems safe at the moment, despite losing ground to the discounter stores Aldi and Lidl locally.
The advert for the site reads:
St Mary’s Place, Eltham, London SE9 – High Yielding Greater London Retail Investment
Please find details attached on the above high yielding, Greater London retail investment that we are instructed to sell. The salient points are as follows:
- Eltham is a busy London suburb within the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
- A retail and leisure scheme in the heart of the town centre adjacent to the town’s new leisure complex and Sainsbury’s.
- Nine units providing 14,193 sq ft on around half an acre
- Let to a diverse range of retail and leisure occupiers.
- Rents are set at affordable levels with a total current rent receivable of £194,064 pa.
- Reversionary to £232,500pa
- Offers invited in the region £2,000,000 (Two Million Pounds). Assuming standard purchasers’ costs of 6.28%, a purchase at this level would reflect and attractive Net Initial Yield of 9.13%
February’s SEnine magazine is out soon here to brighten up the dull winter weather. This month we look at the joys of vegan and vegetarian fast food… and give the various options honest ratings for taste and value! Lots of other features throughout, including a review of The Life and Loves of E Nesbit, a brilliant new biography of the Eltham-based author. All the regular columns are there too… Jane’s Jottings, SPY and Mailbox.
November’s SEnine magazine is here to brighten a gloomy day. Another 40 pages of news, features and events on life in SE9.
A bumper 48-page SEnine is out now with latest news of the fate of Mecca Bingo, Avery Hill and a visit by the ‘First Lady of Ladybird Books’ as part of this year’s Elthamread festival.
On Avery Hill, the ‘SAVE Avery’ campaign is holding a public meeting on Monday 21 October to hear concerns about plans for a new boys secondary school on the site, to be held at Crown Woods at 7.30pm
There are no upcoming events at this time.
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