Parks and green spaces
We are responsible for the upkeep and development of over 60 parks and green spaces.
We also help organise events, manage two allotment sites, look after children's play areas and more besides.
Extreme Weather and Parks
Whilst we always ensure our parks and open spaces are open right through the year, if we experience extreme weather conditions (e.g. heavy snowfall, high winds or severe rainfall) we might have to close all or part of a site, including toilets and playgrounds, but only as a very last resort. We'll always try and let people know if and when we need to do this and for how long closures remain in place, but please contact us to check if you're not sure a site is or might be closed.
Park opening and closing times for 2013
Lambeth's parks and open spaces are normally open each morning and close at dusk each evening throughout the year.
Information on the allotments we manage and other, privately owned allotments in the borough.
Working more closely with our residents and local communities is all part of becoming a Cooperative Council. Many of our community groups have already started to get more involved in the running of our parks, open spaces, allotments and green corridors.
How to hold events in Lambeth's parks, open spaces and bandstands.
Lambeth Council and its waste management contractor Veolia Environmental Services are working in partnership to maximise the amount of green waste converted into compost and mulch.
Find out what you can see and do Lambeth's parks and green spaces.
'Friends of' groups play a valuable role in the management, development and enjoyment of Lambeth's parks, commons and other public greenspaces.
Information on the how our parks are managed, the services we provide and the byelaws that apply in the borough.
Find out about children's play areas, adventure playgrounds, and our One O'Clock Clubs for those looking after children under five.
We maintain trees in parks, on streets and on housing estates. We can also offer advice on tree preservation orders.
Lambeth is surprisingly rich in wildlife. Find out about our local nature reserves, the Biodiversity Action Plan and how to report wildlife crime.