Old boiler house site – Angell Town: we want to hear from you

21 March 2019

Written by: Engagement and Consultation Lambeth Council

Focus on Brixton - Growth and regeneration - Housing and planning

The old boiler house in Angell Town has been demolished. Lambeth Council is consulting the local community about how best to use the site on a temporary basis. Have your say from 21 March to 19 April.

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Old boiler house site – Angell Town: we want to hear from you

The old boiler house in Angell Town has been demolished. Lambeth Council is consulting the local community about how best to use the site on a temporary basis. Have your say from 21 March to 19 April.

Angell Town Old Boiler House before demolition

Angell Town Old Boiler House before demolition

Take part in the consultation about making positive use for the community of the old boiler house site in Angell Town.

Following on from the demolition of the old Boiler House in Angell Town, Lambeth Council would like the community to make maximum use of the space, whilst the long-term use is decided upon.

Temporary use

We now want to start consulting with key stakeholders and residents/businesses of Angell Town estate about ideas for temporary use for the site. This is to prevent the site from being left disused.

Community benefit

It is suggested that temporary use should be inter-generational and benefit all members of the community. At present, there are no plans to put up any building for temporary use. The council has a one-off budget to support temporary use. There is no further budget for ongoing maintenance of the site.

Angell Town demolition vehicle

Angell Town demolition vehicle – old boiler house site

Longer-term plans

No decisions or plans have yet been made about the permanent future use of the site. Feasible ideas from the community will be considered in line with budgets and timescales for the site.  We look forward to hearing what innovative and exciting ideas you have that the whole community can benefit from.

Have your say

  • Complete the online consultation
  •  The consultation closes at 11 pm on Friday 19 April. Results will be published on the consultations web page