Monthly Archives: November 2015

New Vauxhall Gyratory consultation launched

Disappointingly, despite Our Vauxhall’s best efforts, the community proposal for the transformation of the gyratory has not been included in this latest consultation exercise either. Please complete it, and be sure to mention that you would urge TfL to consider … Continue reading

Posted in The Vauxhall gyratory, Uncategorized

Are most cyclists using CS5 across Vauxhall Bridge?

Accusations of lying after it was claimed on an LBC radio broadcast that many cyclists are ignoring it.  

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The fate of Durning and Tate Libraries

As the Tate library’s fate as a gym is sealed,  and Durning  is to become a temporary Town Centre Library, a final consultation on changes to the proposals has been launched. 

Posted in Local developments, Local news

Nightmare on Newport Street

A 15-storey monster of private residential on a traditional street near you.

Posted in Local developments

New play about the housing crisis sold out

Performances this weekend were completely sold out – please see below a review from the Guardian:

Posted in Events

Another Lambeth is Possible

Conference at Pop Box, Brixton Station Road SW9 8PQ 1 pm – 3.30 pm Lambeth is getting organised. On Saturday 28th November a free conference Another Lambeth is Possible will be held at POP BRIXTON. Many movements have already formed … Continue reading

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Where Will We Live?

Changing Face Collective’s new verbatim play, Where Will We Live? Premieres at the Southwark Playhouse from the 25-28 November Where Will We Live? reveals tthe human face behind London’s regeneration and focuses specifically on the changing face of Lambeth … Continue reading

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