Monthly Archives: September 2018

Grood news re leaf blowers

From Rosewood House resident: “Good news on leaf blowing. Unexpectedly the cleaning company and the person from Metropolitan who manages their contract turned up for a 3 monthly stock assessment yesterday so I got the chance to complain. I think … Continue reading

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Durning Library talk: Kennington and the Chartists -17 September

Monday 17th September at 7pm:  as part of Lambeth’s Heritage Festival, Marietta will be speaking at the Durning Library, Kennington Cross on “Kennington and the Chartists 1848-2018”.  A free event, no booking required, £2 optional donation to the Friends of the … Continue reading

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Tate Library newsletter

https://mailchi.mp/142664d57729/your-library-in-august-survey-results-revealed-kids-stuff-and-murder-at-the-old-vic?e=9577ccfc36 New head librarian https://mailchi.mp/e05af9194fe6/our-new-librarian-mischief-murder-and-the-return-of-the-councillors?e=9577ccfc36

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Lambeth libraries future

http://www.brixtonbuzz.com/2018/09/lambeths-libraries-what-future-public-meeting-in-brixton-8th-sept-2pm/

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New gym and swimming pool in student tower

Couldn’t see any prices, but here it is, with three lanes two of which are 25 m thanks to some local pressure. Whether this makes up for the ugly tower is another matter. And do we really need another gym? … Continue reading

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Berkeley Homes are in the money …

They are the developers who due to implement their masterplan for the Oval Gasholder site (with the help of Lambeth planning officers paid for by Berkeley Homes) and who are now providing the required 35% affordable housing, but at a … Continue reading

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Graphite Square development – revised planning application

18/03773/FUL Demolition of existing office, warehouse and church buildings (use classes B1, B8, and D1), and redevelopment of the site to provide a residential led mixed-use development with a podium building of ground plus 3 storeys (fronting onto Worgan Street) … Continue reading

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