Lambeth Bee Roads is a project to enhance underused spaces along roadsides for wildlife and people.
Lambeth Bee Roads aims to create a network of wildflower planting to support pollinators such as bees, butterflies, bugs, and hoverflies. The project involves planting and maintaining wildflowers on road verges, roundabouts and other roadside spaces across the borough, as well as two larger rain gardens alongside the A204.
Lambeth Council has been awarded £440k from the Mayor of London’s office for this series of rewilding projects. We will trial different approaches to enhancing roadside land for biodiversity, working in partnership with community groups and volunteers.
Get involved by volunteering to help seed new wildflower verges, plant plugs and bulbs, or create your own pollinator-friendly habitat in your garden or balcony.
Learn more about the Lambeth Bee Roads project.