Local News

Roadworks in Dulwich Village

Roadworks have started in Dulwich Village - confusion and demand for information is already high as there's a big impact on local people.

We've put together FAQs, and are publishing the final design and timing schedule.

General Election Hustings

Our candidate, Rachel Wolf, will be attending three General Election Hustings over the next couple of weeks in the local area.

Thurlow Park local election candidates selected

Thurlow Park ward Conservatives, part of the Dulwich and West Norwood Association, are delighted to announce that they have selected their candidates for the 2018 local elections.

Newsletter February 2017

This edition covers candidate selection, campaigning, the AGM, and concludes with an updated calendar.

Candidate Selection

Newsletter January 2017

There has been considerable enthusiasm for a regular newsletter to be distributed to all members of the Association so let’s make a start with what is intended to be a monthly bulletin.  Let me begin by wishing each of you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. 

New Candidates for Thurlow Park

Jack Kelly and Kelly ben Maimon have successfully passed through the screening for Lambeth Ward. We very much hope they will become our candidates in Thurlow Park Ward.

AGM 2017 confirmed for March

The AGM will be held on Tuesday 28th March at 7.30 for 8 pm in St Barnabas Parish Hall.  As ever officers will be elected but this year members are urged to stand as several officers are approaching the end of their three year term of office.  It would be very helpful if we could have a new treas

Increasing public spending - new town hall rubber-stamped

Lambeth Council has approved plans to construct a new Town Hall in the centre of Brixton. The project is set to cost £50 million. This comes after it was revealed that the council plans to spend £139,000 on refurbishing Olive Morris House, despite plans to demolish the building.

Hands in the Till

Labour councillors have voted to change the Lambeth Council constitution to enable discretionary payments to be made to cabinet members. The measure was voted through by the huge Labour majority, with 4 councillors voting against and 1 abstention.