About Us

Since its humble internet beginnings, in the good year 1996, LondonNet has been supported by a strong team of London-lovers, whose sole existence consists of critiquing, discussing, and appreciating The London Life. Here, you can meet them, learn their deepest secrets, and ponder the collective meaning of life…

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Peter D. Clee, Founder

Site Specialism: Jack of all trades, master of jack
Letters: LLB (Hons) in Law and Politics – University of Birmingham, UK (1989), Called to the Bar (1991)
Email: [email protected]
London Likes: Coming home, live music, the multi-cultural melting pot, Carnival, CPFC (fan in abstentia)
London Dislikes: Leaving town, Tubes in summer
London Sounds: The Pogues every Christmas at the Brixton Academy, The Clash (White Man in Hammersmith Palais, Stay Free, London Calling), The Faces (Debris), The Jam (Down In A Tube Station At Midnight), The Pogues (A Rainy Night in Soho), Blur (Parklife) and of course “Mind The Gap”
London Places: Looking down on town from Primrose Hill, Those rainy nights in Soho…
London Moments: The Clash’s last gig, Brixton Academy (Dec, 1984), Johnny Cash, Albert Hall (April, 1997), Election Night (May, 1997), The Streets, The Astoria (Dec, 2002), The Sultan’s Elephant, all over central London (May 2006), The Happy Mondays; Brixton Academy, many times
London Hotel: The Hempel
London Films: Passport to Pimlico (Henry Cornelius, 1949), Repulsion (Roman Polanski, 1965), The Long Good Friday (John Mackenzie, 1980), Mona Lisa (Neil Jordan, 1986)

Peter practised as a Barrister after leaving University, specialising in Criminal Law. In 1993 he left the Bar to plan the launch of a new London newspaper – Tonight. The title, which was the first UK newspaper to be produced and sent to press digitally, rolled off the presses in July 1994 with a circulation of 100,000. In 1995 we decided to embrace new technology one stage further and Tonight was reborn on the web in 1996 as LondonNet.

Little did we know then that LondonNet would become the longest-running website for the capital (and, hey yes, one of the most popular too). What started as an idea became a life’s work for David and Peter and would not have been possible without all those that have helped along the way.

While London is Peter’s undisputed ‘favourite city of the world’, he retains a long-running passion for his ‘favourite town of the world’ too: Cannes, France. It’s no secret that quality cinema is LondonNet’s speciality and the movie buzz of this Cote D’Azur town alongside the sun-drenched beaches makes this place a perfect companion to London living.