- The man who will be the next Lord Mayor of London gave an organ recital during the launch of an appeal to raise funds to restore the historic instrument at St George the Martyr church in The Borough.
- The Advocate
Nell Nolan: Police and Justice Foundation, Louisiana Supreme Court, Lambeth House,
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- A website devoted to the history of Nelson Square has been launched by its residents.
- London SE1
Southbank Centre's Jude Kelly joins Lambeth Equality Commission
Jude Kelly, artistic director of Southbank Centre, has been named as one of the members of a new commission to tackle persistent inequalities in the borough of Lambeth. Jude Kelly pictured in a mosaic at Morley College. Speaking at Wednesday night's ...
- Jude Kelly, artistic director of Southbank Centre, has been named as one of the members of a new commission to tackle persistent inequalities in the borough of Lambeth.
- Patients and visitors at St Thomas' Hospital are "resistant, sometimes to the point of aggression" when asked not to smoke, an NHS boss has complained.
- A West London Labour MP has used a House of Commons debate to urge the Government to back proposals for a direct train service between Waterloo and Heathrow Airport.
- Waterloo Road, The Cut and Baylis Road were closed to traffic early on Saturday morning after a collision between a private hire vehicle and a Smart car.
- Detectives are appealing for information after a young girl was sexually assaulted by a man whilst walking through Waterloo Underground Station.
- With Halloween and Bonfire Night approaching, the Met has today, Friday, 21 October launched its seasonal crackdown on crime and ASB.
- Security staff at SE1's NHS hospitals are being issued with body-worn cameras after attacks on nurses and other frontline workers increased by more than a quarter in the last year.
- A Lambeth councillor has called for the introduction of a 'tourist tax' to recognise the impact that hotel guests have on local streets and services.
- Lower Marsh and The Cut in Waterloo have been shortlisted in the London category of a competition to find Britain's best high streets.
- If you see people emerging from Waterloo Station wearing headphones and appearing to follow the direction of voices in their head, they may well be taking part in CoLab Theatre's new 'pervasive theatre' show.
Archbishop Welby welcomes Patriarch Kirill to Lambeth Palace
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, welcomes the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, Patriarch Kirill, and his delegation to Lambeth Palace for a private visit. Photo Credit: Lambeth Palace. Related Categories: Abp Welby, Bp Richard Chartres, ...
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- Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has admitted that he faces a dilemma over whether to continue to back the Garden Bridge project.
- The Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats have officially backed proposals to add Waterloo and the South Bank to the Bermondsey & Old Southwark constituency, whilst Labour has made counter-proposals which keep Bishop's ward as part of a Vauxhall seat.
- Five armed response vehicles rushed to Long Lane on Friday night after local residents reported gunshots and screams.
Lambeth launches 'Children at the heart of practice' model following 'inadequate' Ofsted rating - South West LondonerSouth West Londoner
Lambeth launches 'Children at the heart of practice' model following 'inadequate' Ofsted rating
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Following an 'inadequate' Ofsted rating last year, Lambeth has developed a new programme to tackle their problematic children's services. Lambeth's new approach, 'Children at the heart of practice', will be launching at an event in Southbank on ...
- Several hundred taxi drivers brought traffic on Blackfriars Road to a halt on Thursday lunchtime in a protest outside the offices of Transport for London.
- Vassall View
New council homes near completition in Vassall
Some of the first new council homes built in a generation in Lambeth are nearing completion in Vassall. The nine new homes are located on Akerman Road on the site of a former hostel. The homes will be ready for new residents in the next few months and ...
- Robots take over electronic bundling at Lambeth Council
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Lambeth council has invested in a 'bundling robot' in order to streamline its electronic document bundling technology. The robot enables high-speed background bundling automation, whilst allowing the system's users to carry on with other pressing ...
- Socialist Party
Lambeth working class demo against cuts and gentrification
Working class campaigners glitter-bombed council steps and marched against Blairite gentrification and austerity in Lambeth, south London, on 8 October. The newly formed 'Stand Up to Lambeth' has the backing of nearly 30 different campaigns.
- Developers Frontier Estates have revealed plans to build a hotel on the site of the former Ticino Bakery in Bermondsey Street.
- A 110-seater studio theatre has opened in a former car park underneath the Menier Chocolate Factory in Southwark Street.
- Homes and Property
Diary of an estate agent: Lambeth
Homes and Property
The team celebrate the opening of a new lettings office in Nine Elms and savvy buyers jump at the chance to own an apartment... 56 minutes ago. diaryestate271creditweef.jpg. Monday Today marks the beginning of an exciting new week — our new lettings ...
- Lisa Dwan's performance in No's Knife is truly incredible but good luck enjoying it if you're not familiar with Beckett's work.
- York Road in Waterloo will be closed to northbound traffic for around a week from 9pm on Tuesday while SGN carry out emergency gas repairs.
- Local filmmaker and artist Richard Miller has won a competition run by the National Portrait Gallery with his photograph of Al's Cafe in Bermondsey Street.
- The new full-size Sainsbury's store at Elephant & Castle will open by the end of the year, the supermarket chain has confirmed.
Carnegie Library: Lambeth announce short notice exhibition with ...
Despite the immense public interest in the fate of the Carnegie Library – thousands marched in April this year in support of it staying as a 'normal' library ...and more »
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Carnegie Library: Lambeth announce short notice exhibition with wildly inconvenient times
Despite the immense public interest in the fate of the Carnegie Library – thousands marched in April this year in support of it staying as a 'normal' library – Lambeth's upcoming public exhibition is to open for a total of just ten hours. Photos ...and more »
- A National Audit Office investigation into the central Government funding for the Garden Bridge has found that ministers went against advice from their civil servants when making decisions to back the project.
- Mayor of London Sadiq Khan visited St Saviour's and St Olave's School at Bricklayers Arms on Monday to launch his revised plans for an Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).
- London SE1
Westminster Bridge gambling: Lambeth approves clampdown plan
Lambeth's cabinet has approved proposals for a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to combat illegal gambling on Westminster Bridge and around the South Bank. Westminster Bridge gambling: Lambeth approves clampdown plan. For several years ...
- Lambeth's cabinet has approved proposals for a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to combat illegal gambling on Westminster Bridge and around the South Bank.
- One of the last surviving elements of the once-extensive Sainsbury's headquarters complex in Stamford Street is being demolished.
- Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry visited the South Bank on Monday as part of their 'Heads Together' campaign to reduce the stigma around mental health problems.
Lambeth orders removal of community art and planters from Beehive Place in Brixton
Brixton Buzz is disappointed to learn that the community art space in Beehive Place is being forcibly removed by Lambeth Council. In an area that is rapidly being stripped off its character and history due to Network Rail's mass evictions of the cafes ...
- A man has been arrested after a piece of vital life-saving equipment was stolen from an ambulance service crew in Bermondsey.
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Garden Bridge campaigners join 'Stand Up to Lambeth' march
Waterloo residents fighting the Garden Bridge joined a coalition of pressure groups in Brixton on Saturday for a rally and march in protest at Lambeth Council's handling of numerous local issues. Garden Bridge campaigners join 'Stand Up to Lambeth' march.and more »
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Garden Bridge campaigners join 'Stand Up to Lambeth' march [8 ...
Waterloo residents fighting the Garden Bridge joined a coalition of pressure groups in Brixton on Saturday for a rally and march in protest at Lambeth Council's ...and more »
- Waterloo residents fighting the Garden Bridge joined a coalition of pressure groups in Brixton on Saturday for a rally and march in protest at Lambeth Council's handling of numerous local issues.
- Where: Windrush Square, Brixton, Brixton Hill, Brixton, London SW2, UK
Protest march by the people of Lambeth against the planned regeneration of council estates, library closures, eviction of traders from the Brixton arches, cuts in many services including child and[...] " />. About us · Contact us · Brixton home ...
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Shedding light on Lambeth
Turn your back on Lambeth Palace, and across the road towards Lambeth Bridge is a rather fine lamp post. There's no mystery about how and when it got here, because the base is decorated with the words The Vestry of the Parish of Lambeth and the date ...
- Transport for London is to curtail bus route 47 at Dockhead for the next three months as a 'mitigation' measure to ease the congestion caused by the closure of Tower Bridge
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