Local News

Redevelopment of the Old Dairy Road site

Cllr Clare Whelan (Lambeth) and Cllr Lewis Robinson (Southwark) have both worked hard to ensure residents views are heard and listened to for the redevelopment of the Old Dairy Road site. 

Redevelopment of the Old Dairy Road site

Cllr Lewish Robinson (College Ward - Southwark) and Cllr Clare Whelan (Thurlow Park - Lambeth) have ensured that local residents are heard and represented the plans for the Dulwich estate. 

Lambeth Council Spend Taxpayers Money on “Sick” Party Political advert

Labour run Lambeth Council have again used Taxpayers money to fund a Labour party campaign. This time they have created a video about the proposed closure of Clapham Fire Station which has been condemned as “sick”. This is the second time this year Lambeth Council have used taxpayers money to fund party political advertisement.

Lambeth Council Fail Community on Local Libraries

Labour-Run Lambeth Council cannot be trusted with our local Libraries a new report has shown. At the same time as leaving West Norwood Library open for squatters to take over, the truth about Lambeth’s library service is revealed in the latest official profiles of London libraries where Lambeth is bottom of the 15 comparable boroughs on almost all measures, making Lambeth Libraries the worst in London. Thurlow Park Conservatives Ward Chairman Graham Pycock has written to South London Press regarding the situation as West Norwood Library.  

Conservatives Launch Europe Referendum Campaign

Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps has launched a new campaign to show support for a referendum on the UK's membership of the EU. Show your support for the bill and help put pressure on the local Labour MP who is likely to oppose the bill and deny you your say on Europe!

Supporting Sunray Estate Tenants

Conservative Village Ward Action Team are holding Labour controlled Southwark Council to account over housing.

Jowell criticised over 'Boris Bike' claims

Tessa Jowell MP, Chair of Ken Livingstone's campaign to be London Mayor, has been criticised after claiming "Boris Bikes" are "mainly used by white men on salaries over £75,000".

Victory for common sense protects rare species

A rare scientific habitat for rare plants newts, frogs, invertebrates and aquatic plants has been saved from possible extinction by a vote at Lambeth's Planning Committee. Councillors voted by a majority to refuse planning permission for the demolition.