A Lambeth resident is taking the council to court over Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) for discriminating against people with disabilities.
A Lambeth nursery school will close next month, after a row resulted in the council not renewing their lease. Chestnut
Lambeth residents have the opportunity to give their input on locations in their borough by entering a street design competition
An anti-advertising charity is celebrating its first win, after a digital billboard on Brixton Road was refused planning permission. Adblock
Hundreds of people have expressed interest in flats in the UK’s first LGBT+ affirming retirement community after it was announced
Young autistic people in Lambeth have been encouraged by the National Autistic Society to join a new special educational needs
A Brixton based charity is working with Lambeth Council to improve diversity in cycling and inspire the next generation of
The introduction of a “Brixton Windrush” ward, and removal of wards named after slave traders in Lambeth was suggested in
The Mayor of London will be reviewing his decision to approve the construction of a controversial 20-storey tower in Brixton.
Voluntary group ‘Lambeth TechAid’ is helping to get Lambeth online by delivering donated tech to those in need. The group
Since Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) were introduced in certain parts of south west London last summer, £1,090,066 worth of Penalty