Brixton activists took to the streets yesterday ahead of a council decision on plans for an unpopular new office tower.
More than 3,500 people have signed a petition to save Nour Cash and Carry in Brixton, which was served with
A play that explores themes of gentrification and political and class divisions will be staged in a church in Soho
Almost 8,000 people turned up to the 3,000 capacity Wimbledon Stadium on Saturday to witness London’s last ever greyhound race. Queues
The betting shops are packing up and the wine shops are opening up – previously voted Britain’s worst street in
A documentary maker is hoping to humanise London’s gentrification debate with his film examining a Lambeth council estate’s destruction screening
Southfield’s spirited community is rallying around family at risk of being ‘turfed out’ from their newsagents business after 29 years
Brixton Splash 2016 cancelled as Lambeth Council cite £500,000 policing cost and ‘flagrant drug use’
Annual street party Brixton Splash, which celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2015, will not go ahead in 2016 after Lambeth
‘It will succeed where the Luftwaffe failed’: London Assembly Green Party candidate slams Housing Bill
The government’s housing bill was condemned as ‘worse than the Luftwaffe bombings’ by a Green Party London Assembly candidate at
Windows of brightly coloured squares, like a row of Piet Mondrian paintings, stand stark against the grey and red brick.
Croydon redevelopment faces more criticism over ‘cookie-cutter’ plans and high costs for small businesses
A Croydon business owner has criticised developers and planners for pricing out small businesses from having a say in the