While some believe that the land next to the Honor Oak station is ripe for development, there are people in the community who would rather return the site to its natural state, and hand it back to the real local residents – owls, hedgehogs, and other natural wildlife. For people unaware of the history, the […]
Month: January 2017
HopCroft Forum Draft Plan
Crofton Park Ward intend to setting up a neighbourhood forum for Crofton Park and (part of) Honor Oak. They have produced a draft plan: Publications This is quite a dense planning document with a number of other documents to back it up. There are a number of issues with this, not least the way in […]
Where Do You Live?
With the intention of asking local people where they thought they live, our local group – Friends of Honor Oak – initiated an online survey on 24th February 2014. We were also very interested in how connected people felt to their community and what drove its sense of identity. We were prompted to do this owing […]
We Are the Friends of Honor Oak
Welcome to the Friends of Honor Oak blog (FOHO). We’re a small green leafy part of the SE23 area, sandwiched between Forest Hill, Brockley, and Lewisham in South London. Over the past number of years we’ve been locally vocal through our Twitter stream @HonorOakPark, and our Facebook page. This blog will be used to share news affecting the local […]