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Following the recent meeting of the Mawbey Brough Tenants and Residents Association we were disappointed that there was no representation from the Major Works team given the number of concerns from residents.  Councillors committed in that meeting to work with your TRA to organise a follow up drop in surgery for residents to speak to the major works team.

This will take place on: Saturday 22nd April between 10am and 2pm in the Wheatsheaf Hall

Officers from Home Ownership, the Leasehold Manager, the Major works coordinator and from Capital works team will attend.

Please do pop in to discuss any concerns you have.

If you cannot make the surgery then contact any of your three local councillors.

THIS SATURDAY: DROP IN SURGERY ON MAJOR WORKS FOR MAWBEY BROUGH RESIDENTS

Following the recent meeting of the Mawbey Brough Tenants and Residents Association we were disappointed that there was no representation from the Major Works team given the number of concerns...

facade-option-2.jpgResidents have pushed for a high quality plan for the reinstatement of Kennington Green as a lasting legacy from all the local disruption around the Northern Line Extension.  As a result of residents and councillors pushing on this, TfL would  like your views on the landscaping of the Green, which will start once the Northern Line Extension work has finished.
You can also share your opinions at https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/nle/kennington-green. This will open on23 March and close 20 April.

Have your say on our plans for the Kennington Green head house and landscaping

Residents have pushed for a high quality plan for the reinstatement of Kennington Green as a lasting legacy from all the local disruption around the Northern Line Extension.  As a...

The license for the restaurant The Village 124 Clapham Road is currently being reviewed under the licensing objective Prevention of Public Nuisance.

The consultation period finishes on the 1st of May.  This follows councillors support for a resident who discovered the venue is in breach of their license conditions and who is concerned about anti-social behaviour around the venue.  Email XDESLICENSE@lambeth.gov.uk with your input.

https://www.lambeth.gov.uk/sites/default/files/brl-redacted-app%20form%20_Prem119.pdf

Comments can be submitted here:

https://www.lambeth.gov.uk/forms/comment-on-a-licence-application-form

The license for the restaurant The Village 124 Clapham Road is under review

The license for the restaurant The Village 124 Clapham Road is currently being reviewed under the licensing objective Prevention of Public Nuisance.

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