Council to sign deed on future of Brockwell Park

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Lambeth council is to make an agreement with a specialist charity that it says will protect Brockwell Park, with some exceptions, from development and...

Government orders council to get on with Cressingham residents’ transfer plan

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Central government has told Lambeth council that it must cooperate with a proposal to transfer the demolition-threatened Cressingham Gardens to an organisation of residents. It...

Council launches ELEVATE to support creative talent

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Lambeth Council launched ELEVATE, Lambeth’s new undertaking to support diverse talent and open up the creative workplace, yesterday (4 July) at the Rambert Studios...

UK’s first Living Wage Building is in Brixton

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International House, a former 11-story office block owned by Lambeth council, has had a new lease of life as one of London’s biggest affordable...

Brixton does what Brixton does best … welcoming new citizens

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Linda Quinn sits in on one of the regular Lambeth Town Hall ceremonies to welcome new citizens to Britain It’s a sunny Wednesday morning in...

Labour win by just 19 votes in council by election

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Labour scored a narrow win in the Thornton ward by election for Lambeth council yesterday (11 April). On a very low turnout of 25.5%, the...

Man who defrauded Lambeth council jailed

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A man who stole nearly £300,000 from Lambeth council was yesterday (18 March) jailed for six and half years. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said...

Award for council’s Norwood library

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The new Lambeth council library in West Norwood has won an award for its innovative design and architecture. It came top in the “physical” category...

Council chief to attend South of France property market

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Lambeth council’s chief executive Andrew Travers is due to attend the annual MIPIM event in Cannes on France’s Mediterranean coast next month. It describes...

Lambeth council settles claim over ejecting charity from country show

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Lambeth council has agreed to pay the anti-abortion charity Life £5,000 in damages and apologise on Twitter to settle claims following the removal of...

Seven council workers convicted of housing benefit fraud

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Seven benefit assessors who worked for London councils, including Lambeth, have been convicted of housing benefit fraud worth more than £1 million. They will be...

Council leader Lib Peck quits for GLA job

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Lambeth council leader is to quit the post for a job as director of the Greater London Authority’s new violence reduction unit. She has led...

Lambeth’s Transport Strategy: will we go far enough?

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Lambeth council is asking for comments on its draft plan for transport in the borough over the next three years. The consultation on the plan...

Council consultation planned on budget cuts

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Lambeth council will have to cut another £43m from its spending over the next 4 years as a result of continuing government cuts to...

Local volunteers and council win awards for work resettling refugees

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A community initiative working to resettle refugees locally has been recognised as one of the nation’s leading groups of its kind. Herne Hill Welcomes Refugees...

Brixton at tipping point

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Brixton is at a “tipping point” says campaigners against noise and anti-social behaviour in the centre of town. They say that, while it is becoming...

You can still sing together with Oasis choir

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  You can still enjoy singing in a choir with others even if you are keeping your social distance. An on-line choir is still communal...

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You can still sing together with Oasis choir

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  You can still enjoy singing in a choir with others even if you are keeping your social distance. An on-line choir is still communal...
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