19 December 2017
Lambeth Council’s redress scheme for children who were abused in its care was nodded through by the council’s cabinet last night (Monday 18th December) without a formal vote and against the wishes of survivors who say they have no confidence in the local authority to bring out the truth about what happened to them.
11 December 2017
For the third time in three years, Lambeth Greens have asked Lambeth Council to stop their excessive use of bailiffs against the council’s residents.
07 December 2017
Following reports that Brockwell Park will be used as the venue for both Field Day and Love Box festivals in 2018, the Green Party has called on Lambeth Council to extend the consultation period, understood to be ending on December 10th, in order to give locals time to have a say in the process.
24 November 2017
Lambeth Green Party are demanding answers of Sadiq Khan and the GLA after the Brixton low emission bus zone was not launched in October as promised, with no further public announcements made on its fate.
14 November 2017
A recent report from the Mayor of London’s office shows that Lambeth Council is the second worst borough in London for air pollution, failing on all four of its monitored objectives.
07 November 2017
Co-leader of the Green Party Jonathan Bartley has condemned the Mayor of London’s consultation on police base closures as a ‘sham’ – after the decision was announced before the results of the consultation.
03 November 2017
Following new guidance issued by the National Education Union and the British Lung Foundation, The Green Party has renewed calls on Lambeth Council to do more to protect the borough’s children from the harm caused by air pollution.
01 November 2017
At the Lambeth Council meeting on 18th October, Lambeth Green Party councillor Scott Ainslie successfully forced an amendment to Labour’s motion to protect the rights of existing EU nationals, extending it to support overall freedom of movement.
18 October 2017
Lambeth Green Party councillor Scott Ainslie has criticised Lambeth Council’s decision to spend £3 million on their internal PR agency Lambeth Communications , calling their decision “shocking” and “a slap in the face for all residents”.
13 October 2017
In a direct challenge to Labour-led Lambeth Council Green Councillor Scott Ainslie has tabled an amendment which would commit the council to fight for Freedom of Movement for Lambeth’s EU nationals.