Family law and mental health services are offered at our South London office in Lewisham.

Lewisham is an area of south-east London, England, 5.9 miles south of Charing Cross. It is the principal area of the London Borough of Lewisham, and is also within the historic county of Kent.

It is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London, with a large shopping centre and street market. Lewisham was a small village until the development of passenger railways in the 19th century.

King Alfred was Lord of the Manor of Lewisham, as is celebrated by a plaque in Lewisham Library.

The Manor of Lewisham, with its appendages of Greenwich and Combe, was given by Elthruda, King Alfred’s niece, to the Saint Peter’s Abbey, Ghent in a Charter dated 18th September around 918. This grant is said to have been confirmed by King Edgar in 964, and by Edward the Confessor in 1044, with the addition of many privileges.

The Docklands Light Railway was extended to Lewisham in 1999. Molesworth Street widened to create a bypass around the shopping area as part of the “Lewisham 2000” project, including sculptures by John Maine. This saw the demolition of the 1932 art deco Lewisham Odeon which had also provided a live music venue hosting artists from Johnny Cash to the Rolling Stones.




The closest station is Lewisham, which is on both the National Rail and the Docklands Light Railway.

National Rail services to Lewisham are operated by Southeastern. Trains go to London Charing Cross, London Cannon Street, London Victoria, Dartford (via Bexleyheath or Woolwich Arsenal), Slade Green (via Sidcup), Orpington, and Hayes.

Docklands Light Railway covers services to Bank via Greenwich, Canary Wharf and Limehouse.

To find the office from Lewisham Stations, follow the directions below.



If walking from Lewisham Train station, exit the station onto station road.

Turn right and follow station road around leading down to the DLR station.

If you are walking from the DLR station, exit the station and follow these directions from this point.

Walk straight on, down Rennell Street. You will pass Bus Stop B as you continue to walk.

Following the left path, follow the road around to the left, remaining on Rennell Street.

Cross over at the pedestrian crossing to the right side of the road, and continue to walk down Rennell Street.

At the end of the street, turn right.

Walk down Lewisham High Street.

Follow the street around to the right, passing the Lewisham Clock Tower.

Walk down the high street.

Reeds Solicitors LLP Lewisham office is on the right side opposite Santander in Romer House.

020 8244 0444

Romer House, 132 Lewisham High Street, London, SE13 6EE,

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