25 July 2017
Following the approval of the contract for the excavation of Herne Hill’s Carnegie Library earlier this month, which saw the cost of the work increase to more than double the original estimate, Lambeth council last week denied a Green Party submission to review the decision.
07 July 2017
Green Party councillor Scott Ainslie today called for a fundamental change in the culture of Lambeth Council after a year-long investigation by Lambeth Peoples’ Audit revealed “extensive financial mismanagement and failings in financial governance potentially costing millions of pounds.”
18 May 2017
Two of the women in the race for Vauxhall have called out the pressure being put on them to withdraw from the election.
15 May 2017
Following pressure from Lambeth Green Party, Lambeth Council has revealed plans to replace its existing fleet of parks maintenance vehicles with lower emission models which meet the Euro 6 standard.
04 May 2017
The Green Party is calling for an emergency intervention into the air pollution crisis ahead of the publication of the Government’s draft air quality plan.
28 April 2017
The Green Party has today revealed the names of the candidates who will be contesting the General Election in the three Lambeth constituencies.
02 April 2017
On the eve of a protest organised to mark the first anniversary of the closure of Herne Hill’s Carnegie Library, The Green Party has called on Lambeth Council to scrap its deal with Greenwich Leisure Limited to convert a number of libraries into ‘healthy living centres’.
24 February 2017
Councillor Scott Ainslie (The Green Party, St Leonard's) has hit out at the budget produced by Labour-dominated Lambeth Council, which passed without amendments at last night's meeting of the full council.
13 February 2017
Latest figures show air pollution in Lambeth broke EU legal limits – even on quiet side streets away from busy main roads – at nearly all the sites where it was measured in November and December 2016.
12 February 2017
Lambeth Green Party councillor Scott Ainslie stood alongside campaigners fighting to save Carnegie and Minet libraries, who urged Lambeth planners on Tuesday to refuse permission to GLL, the council’s leisure centre provider to transform the library into a pay-to-use gym.