11 October 2019
Lambeth Green Party Councillors call on the Council to “lift the shadow of demolition” and put an immediate stop to the estate demolition programme.
08 October 2019
Green Party Councillors put forward bill of rights for those who find themselves homeless and propose action for ending homelessness in the borough.
18 September 2019
Green councillors condemn Lambeth’s failure to support youth climate strike as Council tells headteachers not to back 20th September strike action.
17 July 2019
Successful call-in means Council’s climate response can be strengthened and improved. Green Party councillors have won further scrutiny of Lambeth Council’s response to the climate crisis, which they say requires bolder action, stronger leadership and much greater involvement of Lambeth’s citizens.
12 July 2019
Green Party councillors have today challenged Lambeth Council’s response to the climate crisis, calling for much bolder action, stronger leadership and for greater involvement of Lambeth’s people in creating and scrutinising the council’s plans. Almost six months after the Green Party’s motion to declare a climate emergency was passed by the council, the cabinet member responsible for the environment and air quality, Claire Holland, announced a carbon reduction plan for Lambeth Council - but without any input from the public or any meaningful way for those plans to be scrutinised or held to account.
05 July 2019
Green councillors call on council to put revenue towards green initiatives.
13 June 2019
Green councillors celebrate success as Labour agree to hold Lambeth Citizen’s Assembly and Council moves towards a “greener way of thinking”.
07 June 2019
Police called to Central Hill Estate over noise disturbances and anti-social behaviour following council’s neglect
30 May 2019
Lambeth Green Party have strongly criticised Lambeth Council for taking months to respond to a local pensioner living on the Fenwick Estate, after a neighbouring property was subject to severe flooding.
29 May 2019
Streatham councillor Scott Ainslie has been elected as one of eight MEPs representing London – after the Green Party enjoyed a surge of support across the capital in the Euro Elections.