Better and fairer Lambeth directory

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  • 114 to 118 Lower Marsh redevelopment

    • Vauxhall and Waterloo
    114-118 Lower Marsh and Granby Place, will be transformed into office and retail space for small to medium size businesses.
    Status: In delivery
  • Anti-idling campaign

    • Lambeth wide
    We are part of the Mayor’s Air Quality Funded Idling Action Project and we deliver regular anti-idling events across Lambeth.
    Status: In delivery
  • Cemeteries Investment Programme

    • Norwood
    • Streatham
    Our Investment Programme into three cemeteries in the borough responds to the need to maintain historic fabric and provide high quality burial areas for Lambeth residents and the bereaved.
    Status: In delivery
  • Central Hill estate

    • Norwood
    The council is rebuilding the Central Hill estate to provide hundreds of new, better homes for existing tenants and people on the council’s housing list.
    Status: In development
  • Coburg Crescent Learning Disability Resource Centre

    • Lambeth wide
    Lambeth is developing a new Learning Disability Resource Centre at Coburg Crescent to support adults with learning disabilities and the local community. The centre is due to open in 2021.
    Status: In development
  • Crowdfund Lambeth

    • Lambeth wide
    Crowdfund Lambeth supports community projects and initiatives in the borough. Find out if your project could be eligible for match-funding up to £5000.
    Status: In delivery
  • Granby Space

    • Vauxhall and Waterloo
    A temporary affordable workspace project on Lower Marsh, Waterloo.
    Status: Completed
  • Green screens

    • Lambeth wide
    We have installed a number of green screens in various schools across Lambeth, to reduce children’s exposure to air pollution.
    Status: In delivery
  • Growing Brixton’s Rec Quarter – 49 Brixton Station Road and 6 Canterbury Crescent

    • Brixton

    Building new homes and affordable workspace to support the social and economic needs of the local community.

    49 Brixton Station Road and 6 Canterbury Crescent are two council-owned sites in the heart of Brixton which for the last few yea

    Status: In development
  • Independence: people have support to live as well and independently as they can

    • Lambeth wide
    Public sector partners will reform services to provide and promote care and independence.
    Status: In delivery
  • Larkhall Park health and safety improvement works

    • Stockwell
    We’re delivering a range of improvement works to enhance the lighting, pathways and visibility across Larkhall Park.
    Status: In delivery
  • Oasis Academy Johanna Feasibility Assessment

    • Vauxhall and Waterloo
    A study of the redevelopment potential of Oasis Academy Johanna primary school.
    Status: In development
  • Open Fires and Smoke

    • Lambeth wide
    We are a smoke control area and we have measures in place around open fires and smoke.
    Status: In delivery
  • Our goals for Lambeth – Lambeth Borough Plan

    • Lambeth wide

    We’re designing our new Lambeth Borough Plan and we want to hear from you

    Status: In delivery
  • Place: Lambeth is a place people want to live, work and invest

    • Lambeth wide
    Continuing to make Lambeth a place people want to live, work and invest.
    Status: In delivery
  • Pop Brixton

    • Brixton
    Since 2015, Pop Brixton has become a thriving destination for new business, affordable workspaces, community schemes, food, drink and shops.
    Status: Completed
  • Reducing invalid planning applications (RIPA) and the Back-office planning system (BOPS)

    • Lambeth wide
    RIPA is a collaborative project aimed at making it quicker and easier for people to submit valid planning applications. Lambeth is one of the pioneer councils at the vanguard of the Digital Planning revolution, collaboratively leading this project since 2019.   During 2020, Lambeth partnered with the Back Office planning System (BOPS) project – led by Southwark Council.   In 2022, the RIPA project fully aligned with the BOPS, with Lambeth now one of the key project partners as it enters its next phase.
    Status: In development
  • Resilient communities: communities that are thriving and connected

    • Lambeth wide
    Stronger relationships and a vibrant community sector, alongside economic growth, will enable communities to thrive.
    Status: In delivery
  • Revitalising Brixton’s Rec Quarter

    • Brixton
    The council has secured funding from the Mayor of London’s Good Growth Fund to deliver improvements to the Brixton Recreation Centre, International House, Brixton Station Road and Beehive Place.
    Status: In development
  • Somerleyton regeneration

    • Brixton

    The Somerleyton Road development is a major residential-led, mixed use regeneration scheme.

    Status: In delivery