*Update: This article originally stated that Electric Brixton could be under threat due to a Compulsory Purchase Order from Lambeth Council. Both Lambeth Council and Electric Brixton have been in [...]
New opportunities could be opened up for local footballers, boxers, sports lovers and even local artists in the multi-million pound refurbishment for ...
Senior police and officers of all ranks spent the day taking awkward selfies of themselves and the community in front of well known Brixton landmarks ...
A Lambeth council licensing committee has rejected a bid by McDonald’s to open an existing drive-through restaurant for 24-hours per day. The mu ...
The developer of a 152-home and 3,800 sq m office development in the heart of Loughborough Junction has responded to criticism over its consultation process with residents. Residents wrote to [...]
Lambeth council will retake direct control for all its social homes in the borough, it was announced today. Lambeth Living, the arms length management organisation (ALMO) set up to manage [...]
Electric Avenue, the Brixton street immortalised in song by Eddie Grant, has received a massive boost thanks to lottery funding. The Victorian road, the first shopping area in London to [...]
A monthly evening food market in Windrush Square, Brixton, has been granted a permanent licence after objections from the police were withdrawn. Brixton Night Market will be able to provide [...]
Lambeth council will press ahead with its monthly Lambeth Talk publication, despite being ordered not to by the Government. Minister Kris Hopkins wrote to Lambeth in August warning them that [...]
A multi-millionaire property developer with a substantial Brixton portfolio has been prosecuted under the Proceeds of Crime Act. Jerry Knight, director of Lexadon Property Group, was ordered to pay out [...]