All posts in Council

  • Air Pollution above Lambeth
    Brixton’s Criminal Air
    January 31, 2017, No comments

    Simon Still calls for bold action from politicians as Brixton leads the UK in pollution caused by cars and commercial vehicles Brixton was in the news at the start of […]

  • Reggae reggae go – Levi Roots switches on Brixton’s Christmas tree
    December 3, 2016, Comments Off on Reggae reggae go – Levi Roots switches on Brixton’s Christmas tree

    Brixton resident musician and entrepreneur Levi Roots joined Lambeth mayor Saleha Jaffer and Brixton Business Improvement District to switch on the Christmas tree lights outside Morleys last night. There were […]

  • Stockwell School brixton arches project
    Double trouble for Brixton businesses
    November 25, 2016, Comments Off on Double trouble for Brixton businesses

    Brixton retailers and other traders are facing a double threat from huge business rate increases and the blight on the centre of the shopping district created by Network Rail’s closure […]

  • The Carnegie garden
    Act quickly, Carnegie library campaigners urge
    November 17, 2016, 2 Comments

    Library campaigners are urging supporters of the Carnegie library in Herne Hill to act quickly to comment on a planning application to convert the Grade II listed building into a “neighbourhood library” and […]

  • Protest against Lambeth council
    High Court reviews ‘profoundly unfair’ Cressingham Gardens plan
    November 15, 2016, Comments Off on High Court reviews ‘profoundly unfair’ Cressingham Gardens plan

    A judicial review of Lambeth council’s plan to demolish the Cressingham Gardens Estate was heard in the High Court in November. Judgement was reserved until a later date. The legal challenge has […]