The Council is doing all it can to build the more and better homes we desperately need in the borough. This includes projects like Somerleyton Road, Akerman Road right through to the regeneration of low density estates which were built to meet the needs of the borough in the 1960s and 1970s, which the Council can't afford to refurbish and often don’t meet the needs of many overcrowded families.Read more
If you’ve walked along Lollard Street or Kennington Road recently, you may have seen what looks like the start of building work. If you thought that these looked like more homes being built you would be right.Read more
Over the next few weeks you may notice people on the estate carrying out inspections. This is because the Council is commissioning surveys to be carried out on the estate ahead of works that will happen as a part of the regeneration of the estate.Read more
Yesterday (the 21st of March) the Council’s Cabinet met to discuss the proposed redevelopment of the Cressingham Gardens Estate and it resolved that option 5 will be taken forward.Read more
A huge thank you to the 45 residents (plus 4 children) who attended our fifth and final feasibility stage workshop on Thursday evening, it was great to see new faces as well as people who have participated in each activity we have held.
You can view the workshop presentation on the work in progress recommended scenario here.Read more
The Housing Crisis that Lambeth faces is stark and severe. 21,000 people are now on our waiting list for social housing, 1,800 families are homeless and in temporary accommodation, including almost 5000 children. Over 1,300 families in the borough live in severely overcrowded accommodation.Read more
The sixth newsletter for the Fenwick Estate Regeneration has been published. You can read it here.