Council to swerve Cressingham Gardens judicial review with new planning hearing

Lambeth council has cancelled permission for its own housing company to demolish 12 homes on the Cressingham Gardens estate, the Architects Journal reports today (23 July). The...

Lambeth council will not cooperate with Home Office on immigration

Lambeth council last night (21 July) voted to refuse to collaborate with the Home Office on new government immigration rules on rough sleeping. They make...

Lambeth Climate Assembly to present recommendations

Recommendations by Lambeth's Citizens’ Assembly on Climate Change will tomorrow (22 July) be presented to a steering group representing key organisations in the borough. The...

Council to act against LTN vandals

Lambeth council announced today (19 July) that it is taking action to combat vandalism of signs, cameras and planters used to enforce its five...

West Norwood scrapyard goes straight back on council agenda

Lambeth council has wasted little time in trying to progress plans for a large metal recycling plant at the end of a residential road...

Wedding proposals for park ‘could jeopardise sustainability of Brockwell Hall’

The forum for Brockwell Park stakeholder groups and users has accepted Lambeth council plans for a single month of major events in the park,...

Councillors run out of time for scrapyard decision

After nearly four hours discussing highly technical “models” of the likely impact of a large scrapyard in West Norwood, Lambeth council’s planning committee tonight...

Scrapyard opponents to protest at Lambeth Town Hall in Brixton

Opponents of a plan to build a metal recycling plant, served by dozens of large vehicles each day, next to schools and homes will...

Royal Mail repeats objections to unpopular scrapyard plans

Royal Mail has repeated and updated its objections to a planning application for a large scrap metal yard in West Norwood that would have...

Council seeks views of community groups on LTN consultation

Lambeth council is seeking the views of local voluntary and community organisations to help prepare its consultations on the five low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs)...

Anti-LTN campaigners plan to raise thousands more for appeal

After having spent £35,000 of crowdfunded cash on a failed attempt to have Lambeth low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs) ruled illegal, campaigners are now seeking...

MP will urge council to veto scrapyard scheme

Helen Hayes, MP for Dulwich and West Norwood, will next week personally urge a meeting of Lambeth council’s planning committee to veto a new...

Council officers back plans for West Norwood scrap yard

Lambeth council officers are recommending that planning permission be granted for a controversial metal recycling plant that would have implications for traffic across the...

Lambeth has key role in moving planning applications online

Lambeth is one of three local authorities taking part in tests to move planning applications from paper to digital nationally. The Ministry of Housing, Communities...

High Court rejects LTN challenge

The High Court today (28 June) dismissed a legal challenge to Lambeth low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs). It rejected all four grounds for the challenge, but...

Council repair bills ‘massively inflated’ leaseholders charge

A group of local residents who lease their homes from Lambeth council have accused it of attempting to charge them “massively inflated” bills for...

New Lambeth waste contractor Serco bailed out by another authority

Serco, the controversial outsourcing company that Lambeth council has chosen to be its new rubbish collection contractor, is having to be bailed out by...

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