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The Westminster Bridge Road project is a £3.2m regeneration scheme funded by local planning contributions from nearby developments. It aims to refurbish and improve the area of Westminster Bridge Road from Addington Street roundabout to the borough boundary at Morley Street.
Over the past 12 months, Met Police along with our Enforcement Officers have noticed a significant increase in littering of canisters (whippets) that contain nitrous oxide, otherwise known as a legal high.
Vauxhall is changing with many new buildings, the underground station upgrade, and a new underground station next to a new Sainsbury’s store all on the horizon. Share your views and ideas to feed in to TfL's design at a community workshop.
Your views will help us to develop this scheme which is aimed at improving the pavement by removing and replacing trees causing noticeable defects to the pavement.
A consultation on the application for designation of a Neighbourhood Area and Forum for Kennington, Oval and Vauxhall which runs from 20 April 2015 to 1 June 2015.
During September 2014 we held meetings at all 24 sheltered housing schemes and held a separate meeting for staff to find out what their service priorities were for the sheltered housing service. Using what tenants and staff told us we are proposing to make improvements to the service which will mean some changes.
The Culture2020 consultation has now closed and we’d like to thank everyone who’s taken such an interest, responded and attended or organised events.
The Statement of Community Involvement (for planning matters) (SCI) sets out how and when stakeholders will be involved in planning policy preparation and consulted on planning applications. The SCI sets out the minimum measures the council will undertake – we can always do additional measures. The draft revised SCI was made available for public comments between 27 February and 14 April. The council received a good level of interest and response on the SCI. Officers are currently considering all responses received and will prepare a schedule of all comments, together with a council response and propose a final SCI for Full Council approval.
Lambeth Council would like to introduce measures in your area to facilitate a quietway cycle route connecting Waterloo to Greenwich. The measures would improve conditions for people to cycle but would also bring other benefits such better conditions for pedestrians, reduced motor traffic, and tree planting.