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Read Autumn’s Lambeth talk
Lambeth this autumn is bursting with opportunities for young people to thrive and a fantastic line up of local festivals.
Is your child due to start secondary school in September 2020?
If your child is due to start secondary school in September 2020, you must apply for a place online now.
Plans to install more bike hangars in Lambeth
In response to resident’s requests for more bike parking spaces, we’re installing 41 new bike hangars around Lambeth this year. By 2022 we’ll have more than 2,600 spaces for...
Lambeth launches improvement work programme for the South Bank
Lambeth Council has launched a project to reimagine and improve Upper Ground, Belvedere Road and its connecting streets – including Concert Hall Approach (commonly known as the ‘Spine Route’)...
Social benefits to flow from Old Vic theatre project funding
Lambeth Council has agreed to loan the iconic Old Vic £3.75million to unlock a series of educational and cultural experiences for young people in the borough.
Council leader’s clear asks for new Prime Minister
Lambeth Council leader, Cllr Jack Hopkins has written to Boris Johnson congratulating him on his appointment as Prime Minister and calling for him to direct funding to stretched local...
Lambeth Council plans to introduce permanent timed road closures around primary school
As part of our commitment to making it safer for young people to walk, cycle and scoot to school and protect children from breathing in dangerous levels of pollution,...
Lambeth Council and businesses invest in more police
There will be extra bobbies on the beat in Lambeth after the council approved plans developed with local businesses to pay for 11 new borough based police men and...