Transforming and improving Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Lambeth and Southwark: proposals for change
The government has significantly reduced the amount of money councils receive to fund public health services and councils across England are working on ways to reconfigure services. This means we must find ways to provide services with far less money.
Lambeth Council has confirmed an Article 4 direction that affects some properties in the borough. Here you can find out what this means and how and when it might affect you.
We want to introduce a PSPO to stop anti-social behaviour and illegal gambling on Westminster Bridge and the Southbank area.
We need your thoughts on West Norwood and Tulse Hill – what you love about it and what should be improved. You might live here, work here or come to shop or socialise. Whatever your connection, we want your opinion. Many changes and improvements have happened since the 2009 Masterplan and we want you to work with us and build on that further. Our interactive map is designed to continue the conversation. Your comments will help us and our partners to create a vision for the area that best reflects your needs and will also help us plan for future improvements and investment.
We want to know what you think about improvements to Norwood Road
What are your priorities for your streets, open spaces and places?
Anyone can share their ideas and all ideas will be considered by the council as it designs/redesigns the proposals for public health services in Lambeth.
Notice Under The Local Government Act 1972 s.123 (2A) (as amended) of intention to dispose of Open Space Land.
The Local Application Requirements (LAR) list, also known as the ‘local information requirements’ or the ‘local list’, sets out the supporting information that Lambeth requires to accompany new planning applications.
This would result in Woodmasterne becoming a school accommodating both primary and secondary pupils.