Housing and planning
Our housing and planning services range from helping people to find homes, providing assistance to homeless families, advising landlords and tenants in the private sector to dealing with planning applications, enforcement, conservation and urban design.
Through Lambeth Living and United Residents Housing we manage 36,000 council homes including more than 10,000 leasehold properties.
Information about dangerous structures, fire safety, legal requirements for owning and adapting property and licences for temporary structures.
Information and advice about council housing related issues including services, charges, parking, repairs and facilities for tenants.
Detailed information on home ownership services for leaseholders and freeholders.
Lambeth Council has committed £450m to invest in its housing stock over the next five years - the biggest ever investment in Lambeth homes to bring them up to the Lambeth Housing Standard which was co-produced by Lambeth residents and formally adopted by Cabinet in 2012.
Information about homelessness, how you can prevent it, and where you can find support and housing options advice if you are at risk of becoming homelessness.
Information on various options for finding a new home and how we can advise and support you in this process.
Information about local land searches and charges and the naming and numbering of new or existing streets and buildings.
Information about planning, including applying for planning permission, conservation areas, development management, planning policy and enforcement.
Information on how to improve your home, grants and loans, homeowner information, empty properties and the private sector housing forum.
Find out how you can save energy, cut your fuel costs, get free advice and apply for grants and loans.
Information on sheltered housing, hospice care and our 'supporting people' service.