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.
10 January 2017
Transport for London’s ruling out of Streatham as a stop on a proposed Crossrail 2 is based on flawed data and analysis – and favours the needs of out-of-town commuters over congested & disadvantaged Londoners, says the Green Party.
09 January 2017
LAMBETH'S roads have breached annual air pollution limits in the first five days of 2017, prompting the Green Party to call for an urgent timetable of action to tackle the problem from both the London Mayor and Lambeth Council.
21 December 2016
* Bartley: “Jeremy Corbyn must realise some of the worst examples of social cleansing are being committed by his own Labour councils.”
08 November 2016
Lambeth Council has bowed to pressure from the Green Party to stop sending bailiffs to the poorest households in the borough.
02 November 2016
The Green Party has today released its official report on Lambeth Council’s Air Quality Action Plan. (1) The consultation, which allows residents, businesses and local organisations to respond, closes on November 15th.
19 October 2016
Lambeth Council is seeking to make changes to its constitution which would limit the capacity of Councillors to “call in” its decisions for further scrutiny.
18 October 2016
The newly elected co-leader of the Green Party Jonathan Bartley has hit out at the ‘deadly complacency’ of Transport for London after the new statistics showed a shocking level of deaths and serious injuries on the A23 through Streatham.
03 October 2016
Lambeth Councillor Scott Ainslie (Green Party, St Leonard’s Ward) has called on Lambeth Council to reconsider recent changes to publicly held meetings.