This list shows places located wholly or partly within the London Borough of Lewisham in southeast London, England. Places in italics are only partly in the borough. Places in bold have their own articles with that title; places not in bold are either redirects to other place articles that encompass them, or have no article at all.
The chart shows the electoral wards, the United Kingdom constituencies, and the postcodes the places are located within. There are three constituencies within the borough; they are Lewisham East (LE), Lewisham Deptford (LD) and Lewisham West and Penge (LWP), which also covers part of the London Borough of Bromley. For places only partly in the borough, the chart shows the wards, constituencies, and postcodes that cover the area of the place within the Lewisham borough only.
The post town for all SE post codes is LONDON and covers almost the whole borough, the small part covered by BR1 has the post town BROMLEY. The dialling code 020 covers the whole borough.
|Bell Green||Bellingham, Sydenham||LWP||SE6, SE23, SE26||TQ366720||Considered part of Lower Sydenham|
|Blackheath||Blackheath||LE||SE3||TQ395765||Also partly covered by the Royal Borough of Greenwich|
|Burnt Ash||Grove Park||LE||SE12||TQ406731||Archaic place name, today usually considered part of Grove Park|
|Catford||Catford South, Rushy Green||LE||SE6||TQ385735|
|Chinbrook||Grove Park||LE||SE12, SE9||TQ411722||Partly in the London Borough of Bromley|
|Crofton Park||Crofton Park||LD||SE23, SE4||TQ365745||Partly in the London Borough of Southwark|
|Crystal Palace||Sydenham||LWP||SE26||TQ343714||Partly in the London Boroughs of Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth, Southwark|
|Deptford||Evelyn||LD||SE8||TQ372772||Partly in the Royal Borough of Greenwich|
|Downham||Downham||LE||BR1||TQ389713||Partly in the London Borough of Bromley|
|Forest Hill||Forest Hill||LWP||SE23||TQ354728|
|Grove Park||Grove Park||LE||SE12, SE9, BR1||TQ406721||Also covered partly by the London Borough of Bromley|
|Hatcham||New Cross||LD||SE14, SE15||TQ357768||Now widely called New Cross Gate. Partly in the London Borough of Southwark|
|Hither Green||Lee Green, Lewisham||LE, LD||SE13, SE6, SE12||TQ395745|
|Honor Oak||Forest Hill||LWP||SE23||TQ354739||Partly in the London Borough of Southwark|
|Honor Oak Park||Crofton Park||LD||SE23, SE4||TQ360740||Partly in the London Borough of Southwark|
|Horn Park||Grove Park, Lee Green||LE||SE12||TQ408739||Partly in the Royal Borough of Greenwich|
|Lee||Lee Green||LE||SE12, SE13, SE3||TQ391753||Name interchangeable with Lee Green. Partly in the Royal Borough of Greenwich|
|Lee Green||Lee Green||LE||SE12, SE3, SE13||TQ399749||Name interchangeable with Lee. Partly in the Royal Borough of Greenwich|
|Lower Sydenham||Sydenham, Bellingham||LWP||SE26, SE23||TQ356718||Also covered partly by the London Borough of Bromley|
|New Cross||New Cross||LD||SE14, SE4||TQ366769|
|New Cross Gate||New Cross||LD||SE14, SE15||TQ360768||Partly in the London Borough of Southwark|
|Perry Vale||Perry Vale||LWP||SE23, SE26||TQ360725||Often considered as Forest Hill|
|St John's||Brockley, Ladywell||LD||SE8, SE4||TQ375762|
|Southend||Whitefoot, Downham||LE||SE6, BR1||TQ382717||Often known as Bellingham|
|Sydenham||Sydenham||LWP||SE26||TQ352714||Also covered partly by the London Borough of Bromley|
|Sydenham Hill||Sydenham||LWP||SE21, SE26, SE23||TQ346723||Also covered partly by the London Borough of Southwark|
|Telegraph Hill||Telegraph Hill||LD||SE4, SE14||TQ359760|
|Upper Sydenham||Sydenham||LWP||SE26||TQ345717||Also covered partly by the London Borough of Bromley|
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