– British Transport Police
BTP officers were called to Eltham rail station on Friday, 27 September following a report of a body in the car park.
BTP and Metropolitan Police officers attended the incident, which was reported to BTP at 10.30am and is currently being treated as non-suspicious.
Medics from London Ambulance Service also attended but the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances surrounding the incident, including the minutes leading up to the man's death.
A file will be prepared for the Coroner.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, commuter David Banks said: "There were just a lot of police around, police vans and cars and officers around a skip. The skip was between one of the exits to the railway station and car park itself."
A body has been found near Eltham train station, reportedly in a skip. Speaking to ITV News, the British Transport Police said:
A body was found at around 10:30 this morning near a car park in Eltham. The London Ambulance Service was called, but the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
A baby who was given a feeding bottle containing bleach by a woman from south east London has made a good recovery, a court heard today.
The jury heard from Peter Clark, prosecuting, that the incident took place on September 13 last year. He said:
Elaine Joyner, say the prosecution, gave to a complete stranger's baby a feeding bottle that contained a poisonous or noxious substance, a fluid that contained bleach, or something very similar.
The baby, who was 11 and a half months old, took some of that fluid in his mouth and was immediately rendered ill by it. He wretched and vomited over himself and turned very pale.
His grandmother seized it from the pram to prevent further harm. Happily, the baby has made a good recovery with no long term ill effects.
A woman from south-east London who gave the baby of a complete stranger a feeding bottle containing bleach has been given a hospital order.
The 11-month-old boy drank some of the liquid and vomited after being handed the bottle in a branch of McDonald's, Woolwich Crown Court was told.
Elaine Joyner, 53, of Vaughan Williams Close, Deptford, was found to have administered a poison or noxious substance so as to endanger life by a jury last month.
One of the men jailed for murdering Stephen Lawrence has lost a bid to challenge his conviction today.
Three judges at the Court of Appeal rejected an application brought by David Norris.
Gary Dobson, the second man jailed for murdering the black teenager, had previously dropped his appeal.
Stephen Lawrence was stabbed to death in Eltham in 1993.
A group of south Londoners are contacting the new King of Holland to ask for his help to save an historic Dutch-style pub from being turned into a burger bar.
They want King Willem-Alexander to support their campaign to preserve The Dutch House pub in Eltham.
The unusual looking pub was built in the 1930s by brewery chiefs who favoured Dutch architecture and sent a team of architects over to Holland to copy building designs.
A planning application has been lodged with the local authority, the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
They have refused to comment on the application because it has n't yet been considered by their planning department.
The Dutch Embassy also declined to comment.
One lane closed and queueing traffic due to accident, a motorcycle involved on A2 Westbound at Eltham Tunnel, congestion on A2 East Rochester Way to Riefield Road (Falconwood Interchange).