Brixton Blog contributor Aimee Treasure is worried about Brixton’s sewage pipes and frequent flooding, and here writes about her own recent such exp ...
Dozens of campaigners – from Brixton’s Save Cressingham Gardens, Guinness Trust residents, Lambeth Housing Co-op residents, and others – will unite to stage a protest at Lambeth Town Hall, to [...]
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 [...]
Residents of Carlton Mansions Housing Cooperative have received an eviction notice despite believing they were to have a ‘civilised handover’ with the council. The notice of eviction was received in [...]
A Government minister has written to council leader Lib Peck threatening action over the borough’s free Lambeth Talk magazine. In a letter dated August 15, Local Government minister Kris Hopkins [...]
The council last month agreed to a proposal to demolish the long-abandoned Brockwell Park changing-room block. The Brockwell Park Community Partners (BPCP) voted through plans in June to demolish the empty [...]
Lambeth sends more bailiffs to those on council tax support than any other London council, a report has found. According to research by London anti-poverty charities Child Poverty Action Group and Z2K, [...]