Tag: Lambeth Council

Legal challenge to Lambeth LTNs rejected again

The Court of Appeal today (5 April) rejected an appeal against the High Court’s decision to refuse a judicial review of Lambeth council’s creation...

Cressingham campaigners to seek fourth judicial review

Cressingham Gardens residents are preparing to take Lambeth council to court for a fourth time in their campaign to stop demolition of the housing...

Council creates slave trade links website

Lambeth council has created a website with details of local historic sites with proven links to the trans-Atlantic slave trade. The sites include statues, monuments,...

Windrush Square climate rally

Local climate campaigners plan to rally in Windrush Square tomorrow (17 March) “to remind Lambeth council of the climate emergency they declared in 2019”. Lambeth...

Brixton Performs is Back!

This March see some of the best South London comedy and music talent in venues across Brixton between 22 - 26 March 2022. This...

A year on from Sarah Everard’s murder, organisers of her vigil...

“Today’s judgement is a victory for women,” said the organisers of the planned vigil, who include a Lambeth councillor, after the high court found...

Brixton to benefit from community connection fund

Brixton is among areas set to benefit from a £4m Lambeth council fund to support local groups, projects and good causes. Financed by levies on...

Lambeth council ready to aid Ukraine refugees

Lambeth council has expressed its readiness to aid refugees from Ukraine and urged the government to get its act together on the crisis. In a...

Half million facelift for Stockwell skatepark

Stockwell Skatepark, close to Brixton town centre, is to get a half million pound makeover to smooth worn-out and rough concrete surfaces and add...

LGBTQ employment award for council

The LGBTQ+ equality charity Stonewall has named Lambeth council as a Stonewall Silver Employer for its commitment to LGBTQ+ inclusion at work. Stonewall’s latest Top 100...

Six-day hearing for Windsor Grove scrapyard appeal

Details of a public inquiry into controversial plans for a large metal-sorting plant in a cul de sac near schools and homes in West...

‘Brixton Rec Quarter’ to retain International House

International House in Brixton will be retained and refurbished to provide 7,800 square metres of workspace as part of Lambeth council plans for the...

Online public meeting on Lambeth links to slavery

Lambeth council will run the second phase of its review of statues, monuments, and names of streets and places in the borough that have...

Vaccination drive for Lambeth pupils

Lambeth school pupils have some of the highest absence rates in the country because of Covid, as well as some of the lowest vaccination...

Council backs solar panel group buying scheme

Lambeth council is encouraging homeowners in the borough to check a group purchase scheme ​to buy solar panels and battery storage​. It said Solar Together Lambeth would give...

An invitation to creativity

High above the streets of Brixton, Izzy Coyle has been enjoying a six-month opportunity to turn her passion for colour and creativity into a...