A consultation is underway over amended plans for the £1bn high-rise Deptford Convoys Wharf project - but you only have until March 20 to take part.

The Mayor of London - who seized planning control of the long-delayed project from Lewisham Council last year - is undertaking public consultation on the plans, which have some minor amendments by developer Hutchison Whampoa.

They include relocating the proposed primary school, a reduction in height for one part of the scheme and increased affordable housing.

The plans can be viewed here.

A representation hearing for Boris Johnson's decision is expected soon after March 20.

Mayor Lewisham Sir Steve Bullock told a meeting last month that feedback from London's deputy mayor for planning on the importance of affordable housing in the scheme had been "helpful and reassuring".

To take part in the consultation, quote application DC/13/83358 and write to graham.clements@london.gov.uk or Graham Clements, Development & Projects, Greater London Authority, City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA.