Monday, 19 March 2018
A formal consultation on plans will take place in Autumn/Winter 2018/19; so this was an attempt to take some inital soundings from the community on two different approaches they are considering.
Option 1: wider bus lanes and footways
Option 2: segregated cycle lanes
Friday, 16 March 2018
The lack of genuinely affordable housing is one of the top issues facing London. Lambeth Council's approach - to fund new housing by demolishing council estates and rebuilding with densely-packed flats and houses, much of it to be sold to investors in the private sector - is not the only option.
The Labour-led council's pursuit of this approach - without the consent of the existing residents of council estates - is wildly out of step with many people in Lambeth.
In the run-up to the local election campaign on May 3rd, many claims will be made by all political parties. Here Lambeth Green Party lays out some of the key facts - and their sources - so voters can check them out for themselves.
View this as a pdf
A safe home that we can afford to rent or buy is a basic human need upon which all our individual and community wellbeing depends.
And yet tens of thousands of people in Lambeth are currently in acute housing need, living in temporary or overcrowded, insecure homes – or forced to give over unaffordable amounts of their income in rent to landlords.
Thousands more who thought they had a secure home on a council estate – either rented or bought – are currently suffering great stress and uncertainty with the threat of demolition hanging over them.
|HGV getting stuck in the side roads|
Streatham Green Party team has won agreement from Lambeth Council to take steps to prevent heavy goods vehicles from entering residential roads to thte West of Streatham High Road.
Residents raised concerns last year about large articulated lorries using smaller streets as a cut through. This has resulted in lorries getting stuck and residential streets becoming congested and unsafe.
Thursday, 15 March 2018
|Cllr Scott Ainslie: addressing residents' concerns|
Following calls from residents to address rat-running and parking congestion on Pathfield Road Green Party councillor Scott Ainslie has secured a public meeting with council officers to discuss changes to the road lay-out on Tuesday 20 March.
6pm - 7.30pm
Tuesday 20 March
Scout Hut, 39 Estreham Rd SW16 5PQ
Scott has been raising with council officers the huge problems since the closure of Estreham Road to northbound traffic as part of a Quietways cycle route and pushing for them to be addressed.