Hustings at Oval Farmers’ Market 27 May

Vauxhall Sat 27 May, 11am at Oval Farmers Mkt, St Marks churchyard

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/vauxhall-constituency-all-party-general-election-hustings-2017-tickets-34464177282?aff=eac2

Posted in Events

Back to the Stalinist era?

Vauxhall Lib Dem candidate George Turner’s top half air-brushed out of group photo with Kate Hoey.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/kate-hoey-photoshop-former-labour-mp-liberal-democrat-rival-george-turner-forget-legs-north-lambeth-a7725766.html?cmpid=facebook-post

Posted in Local news

Local air quality presentation

KOV planning expert David Boardman’s presentation on local air quality in the Kennington, Oval & Vauxhall area. Please download here:

https://vivavauxhall.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/air-quality-pres entation-kovf-27apr17.pptx

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Toxic air audits for new developments

The National Association of Estate Agent (NAEA) said it believes the data will soon be a compulsory part of property adverts.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-39919326

How will this impact on the sales of luxury flats on Vauxhall Cross?

Posted in The Vauxhall gyratory

KOV Forum newsletter

The latest KOV Forum newsletter has been available on the KOV website for a little while now, but in case you’ve missed it – here’s the link https://www.kovforum.org.uk/

With up-dates regarding Graphite Square, a Lambeth funding opportunity, Kennington Part Estate Community Centre, Triangle Adventure Playground, Tate Library funding issues & AGM, a local hustings and other events, as well as an account of the KOV public meeting on April 27th.

Posted in Local developments, Local news, Uncategorized

Why aren’t funds from the massive development of Vauxhall going into the neighbourhood library?

Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library newsletter May 2017

An article by Ben Rymer, a member of the committee of Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library. Ben will lead a discussion on this topic at the Friends’ annual general meeting on 31st May (see below for details).

As new developments proliferate around Tate South Lambeth Library, you may have thought that contributions from property developers (known as ‘Section 106’/S106 or ‘Community Infrastructure Levy’/CIL funds) which are made to mitigate increased demand for community services from increased resident numbers, would have benefited Tate South Lambeth Library. Continue reading

Posted in Local developments

Chemical alert – help prevent Glyphosate to be sprayed in our neighbourhood!

If you’d like to help repeat last year’s success in preventing Lambeth from spraying our pavements with the controversial weed killer Glyphosate, please join us for another neighbourly hand weeding session on Saturday afternoon, 3rd  June. Meet in Bonnington Garden at 3 pm for instructions. BSGA are also holding their monthly workday on that day. Bring weeding tools e.g. trowels if you can, but some will be made available. We will start weeding in VG, more sessions (also in BS and LL) to follow in the coming months if necessary. Continue reading

Posted in Events, Local parks and gardens