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At our last Full Council meeting we invited people to get their questions into us. We promised you we’d answer every question we had in, so below is what Lambeth is doing for young people.
Taking over the Lambeth Council twitter page was a fantastic experience. Upon my arrival I felt very apprehensive about what types of questions I would receive.
Lambeth residents are being encouraged to have their say on plans to save millions of pounds by slashing the number of council office buildings in the borough.
What should London do for its young people? Get your questions to us about this subject ahead of the full council meeting. Comment on this story or tweet us using the hashatg #LambethQuestionTime
We’ve got a great team on board, all keen and ready to work hard for their local communities, and to fulfil the promise we made to you going into the election: to be fair to everyone and ambitious for all.d leader of Lambeth Council reflects on the election and the administration’s priorities.
Join us for a live Twitter Q&A session on Monday 12 May. Join @lambeth_council for an hour between 12pm and 1pm and we’ll answer any questions you have on the elections.