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Neighbourhood Forum hears from Sleepless in Brixton and Brixton Green

Brixton Neighbourhood Forum held its Annual General Meeting at The Department Store yesterday (27 February). Health issues continue to affect the forum committee. First there...

Brixton orchard takes root

Back in March some of us were sceptical about planting fruit trees next one of Brixton's most polluted traffic hubs, the St Matthews one...

New Lambeth magazine for developers

A Croydon-based company that specialises in marketing to attract "investment for regeneration" has launched a new magazine and website devoted solely to Lambeth. 3Fox International has worked...

Pop Brixton’s first year

It has transformed unused land into a vibrant community, yet Pop Brixton remains a controversial subject. In the month of its first birthday, Harry...

Is there a third way for Brixton development?

As the debate rages over the future of Brixton, Helen Reid examines the background to a redevelopment scheme that hopes to avoid both the...

Pierce Brosnan to front campaign for Ovalhouse move to Brixton

This week, former James Bond, Pierce Brosnan has become the face of a major fundraising campaign to to bring the Ovalhouse theatre to a new...

6 Somerleyton is no more

Number 6 Somerleyton Road, the former meals on wheels building used to house community projects, is to close with effect from today and will...

Have your say on the plans for Brixton Market

Future Brixton is holding a series of events so residents and traders can get involved with the plans for Brixton's street markets. As part of the Mayor of...

Your New Town Hall campus plans revealed in full

The planning application has been submitted for “Your New Town Hall”. Cllr Paul McGlone said it was “an important milestone.” Muse Developments Ltd, the property...

EVENT: meet the architects designing Somerleyton Road

Future Brixton is offering the public the chance to meet and talk to the architects for the Somerleyton Road project.All five teams involved will...

SAVE OUR SHOPS: latest statement from Cllr Jack Hopkins

Lambeth Councillor Jack Hopkins says "considerable progress" has been made in the fight to stop the eviction of businesses from the Brixton arches because Network Rail...

SAVE OUR SHOPS: Cllr Jack Hopkins believes “progress has been made”

Lambeth Councillor Jack Hopkins says he believes there has been “some progress” for the shops in Brixton’s arches facing eviction. In a blog post on the Future...

SAVE OUR SHOPS: Cllr Jack Hopkins statement on arches eviction

Jack Hopkins, Cabinet member for jobs and growth, has written a blog on the Future Brixton website about Network Rail's plans to evict shops...

Sign this petition to halt eviction of Brixton traders by Network...

A petition has been started to call on Network rail to immediately stop the planned eviction of dozens of Brixton businesses from arches on...

POP Brixton opens applications – and hopes for a hotel

Apprentices from Lambeth College started work on the 'meanwhile' space at Pope's Rd this week, where once the car park and then the ice...

Deadline for Your New Town Hall consultation extended

The deadline for public views on Lambeth’s Your New Town Hall proposal has been extended until January 16. The plans, which are also part of...

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