How should we make Lambeth Cleaner and Greener?

26 November 2014

Written by: Elaine Carter, Lead Scrutiny Officer

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We’re holding a public meeting on 11 December at Streatham Library to discuss how we can make Lambeth cleaner and greener.  Come tell our Overview and Scrutiny Committee what you think!

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How should we make Lambeth Cleaner and Greener?

We’re working to improve the local environment so residents like you can enjoy a cleaner and greener borough.  It’s one of Lambeth’s top priorities.

We want to increase recycling and reduce waste, fly tipping and litter and the overview and scrutiny committee will be looking at these issues at its next meeting. Councillors will be  hearing from the people who are responsible for making this happen, and the committee also wants to hear from residents. In addition to the formal meeting at 7.00pm, council officers will also be on hand from 6.00pm to take your questions and offer advice.

Where and when

Streatham Library, 63 Streatham High Road, London SW16 1PN

Thursday 11th December

6.00pm – 7.00pm  council officers and local employers will be on hand to answer your queries

7.00pm – 9.00pm the overview and scrutiny committee will meet in public to discuss the issues

All residents are very welcome to attend.

Get involved

If you’d like to speak at the committee meeting, it would be very helpful to advise us in advance so the Chair, Cllr Ed Davie, can ensure that everyone who wants to speak is given the opportunity to do so.  Advance notice helps us to gauge the potential number of speakers and manage the time available for discussion accordingly. 

Find out more

Contact Elaine Carter, lead scrutiny officer: or tel 020 7926 0027

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