We are investing in a number of short-term, medium-term and long-term projects for regeneration, education and leisure in the borough which will improve the health, education and well being of residents for generations to come.
We are working to improve the environment and road safety for local people, businesses and visitors, in the Clapham Old Town area.
Future Lambeth is the council's ambitious long-term regeneration programme. Working with partners both public and private Future Lambeth aims to develop and deliver major investement projects that will encourage physical, social and economic improvements in the borough.
The primary aim of the Lower Marsh Regeneration Project is to address issues of accessibility, way-finding and safety in the proposed project area through physical improvements that will benefit all users of the street, from residents and visitors to local businesses.
Streatham and West Norwood, the two southern-most town centres in Lambeth, have been awarded funding to support the vibrancy and growth of their high streets.
Local people were asked to put forward aspirations for the mixed use redevelopment of the Shell Centre on London’s South Bank, which is being developed by a joint venture comprising Canary Wharf Group and Qatari Diar. The proposed masterplan will be unveiled in July.
We are keen to work with landlords and local business in Streatham and West Norwood to deliver initiatives to improve our high streets and increase footfall and local trade.
Thames Water are updating London's sewerage network. Current proposals include a construction site on the Albert Embankment foreshore.
By 2030 the 195 hectares of the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea (VNEB) Opportunity Area will become an exciting and distinctive quarter of central London.
Investment and major development will transform the area bringing with it new jobs; high quality homes and public spaces; improved transport, as well as an extension to the Northern line; and much more besides.
In a bid to encourage businesses to 'set up shop' in Lambeth, the council has moved up a gear to ensure that the best support and training opportunities are available for local entrepreneurs and residents.
The purpose of the Regeneration Delivery Plan (RDP) is to make better strategic use of our public assets and to support the Economic Development Strategy.