The government has slashed the council’s budget in half – but we must continue investing in getting people back to work

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The Lambeth Council 2016/17 budget setting full-council meeting was held recently on 24th February 2016 where further savings in the way council is run meant major front-line services – especially services for the most vulnerable – remain protected. However, with £182 million already cut from the council budget since 2011 (56% of grant funding) and another £55 million more to

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20mph is plenty!

Lambeth will introduce a borough-wide 20mph speed limit in Lambeth April 2016. Lambeth Council is committed to making our streets a safe and clean place for everyone. As part of the aim to have the safest and greenest streets in the capital, all Lambeth’s roads are to be given a 20mph speed limit. The new speed limits will be marked

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Success for Streatham Overground Campaign!

As you may recently have heard, Transport for London have announced that they will take control of suburban rail services in Streatham and integrate them into the London Overground network. The Southeastern route which serves Brixton and Herne Hill will come under TfL control in 2018, with the Southern and Thameslink lines which cover Streatham, Tulse Hill, West Norwood and

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