Lambeth Council

Lambeth Council has written 1857 posts for Lambeth news

Not on our streets!

Lambeth council is warning people that antisocial behaviour on the borough’s streets will be met with on-the-spot fines of up to £80. Under new powers introduced last year, officers can issue fines for anybody in Lambeth seen damaging the environment by spitting or urinating in the street, failing to clear up after their dog, fly … Continue reading

Lambeth election results

Lambeth has declared the results of the election for the parliamentary seats of Dulwich & West Norwood, Streatham and Vauxhall. All three declarations were made before 3.30am on Friday May 8. The results are as follows (winner in bold); Dulwich & West Norwood Rathy Alagaratnam – UK Independence Party (UKIP): 1,606 James Barber – Liberal … Continue reading

Lambeth offers a primary school place to every child

Every child who applied for a place in a Lambeth primary school has been offered one starting in September, new figures have revealed today [Thursday, 16 April]. The number of families winning a place at the school of their choice has risen to record levels, with 84.6 per cent of applicants receiving an offer for … Continue reading

Brixton Rec Refurbishment

More space in reception, brand new changing rooms and some serious new kit in the gym and other training areas have given Brixton Rec a makeover for summer. The investment was partly in response to last year’s survey of users that found people were unhappy at the queuing ‘log jam’ and the state of the … Continue reading

Lambeth Mayor and cabinet announced

The new Mayor of Lambeth has been officially announced as Cllr Donatus Anyanwu. Cllr Anyanwu will take over from Cllr Adedamola Aminu who has performed the ceremonial duties since February last year. The new Deputy Mayor will be Cllr Saleha Jaffer. Lambeth council’s cabinet was also confirmed at the Annual General Meeting with one change … Continue reading

Lambeth Council publishes Annual Public Health Report

Lambeth Council has published the Director of Public Health’s Annual Public Health Report 2013-14. The annual report sets out the main health inequalities in Lambeth, what lies behind them and what is needed to reduce them. The document, the first public health report that has been produced by the joint Lambeth and Southwark public health … Continue reading

Lambeth delivers new homes in Brixton for council tenants

The first tenants are being handed their keys this week after squatters were cleared from Victorian housing blocks in south London. Twenty two flats with two-bedroom are being made available at council rent levels in Rushcroft Road, Brixton after a thorough refurbishment. There were scuffles between the squatters and the bailiffs when six blocks were … Continue reading

Letters from the Leader of Lambeth Council and new Chief Executive

Leader letter to CE March 2015 CE letter to Leader March 2015

Lambeth council’s CCTV team honoured by the Met

Lambeth council’s CCTV suite staff received a series of awards from the Met Police during the first awards ceremony of its kind in the capital. More than 60 awards in total were presented by Commander Simon Letchford during a ceremony hosted at New Scotland Yard on Friday. Lambeth’s team received five individual awards from the … Continue reading

Lambeth council statement: Councillor resignation

Labour Cllr Chris Marsh, who represented Prince’s ward in Lambeth, has resigned from his position due to ill health. A by-election for the seat on Lambeth council is expected to be held in May after notification of his decision to step down was made on Wednesday this week (March18). Cllr Marsh said: “It is with … Continue reading


Join 169 other followers