North Lambeth comprises the areas of Waterloo, the Southbank, Vauxhall, Kennington and Oval.
These areas encompass a world class arts centre on the Southbank, the buzzing nightlife scene at Vauxhall, particularly serving the gay community, a variety of arts venues in Kennington and numerous small retail areas, parks and mixed housing areas throughout.
This is not to mention one of the most historic sporting venues in the country: the world famous Oval cricket ground. The Oval is most known for cricket but has a rich history that also includes football internationals and cup finals as well as international rugby union matches in the formative years of those sports.
Overview of North Lambeth - An introduction to the distinct 'urban villages' which comprise North Lambeth.
Waterloo Parents and Providers Forum
The Waterloo Community Development Trust has received funding to develop this group.
The latest updates on projects and improvements being undertaken or planned in the North Lambeth area, as well as giving details of successful improvement projects already undertaken.
A brief local history of North Lambeth including famous residents of the area.
The area profile for North Lambeth town centre with data extracted from the 2001 Census. There are some comparisions with the 1991 Census and with the borough as a whole.