Lewin Road will be closed to cars this Sunday 22nd September as residents participate in Car Free Day 2019.
Car Free Day is an annual, global event aimed at championing traffic-free city centres, promoting active travel and changing attitudes to tackle deadly air pollution.
Vehicles will be banned from entering and waiting on the street on the 22nd. Five other streets across Lambeth, including Trinity Rise and Hurst Street, will also be closed.
Residents of Hambro Road and Pathfield Road will also be closing their roads to traffic this Sunday to host Play Streets.
Those participating in Car-Free Day this year are playing an important role in highlighting the climate crisis and toxic air pollution levels in Streatham.