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12 September, 2017

Police Building Closures Consultation Drop In Briefing | 14th September

MPS Lambeth Borough Commander Chief Superintendent Richard Wood will be holding a drop-in briefing on Thursday 14th September to discuss the consultation of the future of many of the MET’S front counters and neighbourhood bases.

The Consultation was launched by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) with the support of the Met Police and will run until 6th October. Full details of the proposal and how to take part in the consultation can be found by clicking HERE.

Date: Thursday 14th September

Time: 4pm

Location: Brixton Police Station

If  you would like to attend, please contact the Borough Commander’s office beforehand at – so that numbers can be accurately forecast.

A MOPAC representative will also be present during the briefing

12 September, 2017

South Bank Patrol Instrumental in Crime Reduction on South Bank.

South Bank Patrol have proved instrumental in the reduction of crime in and around the South Bank area. The team’s collaborative working with local enforcement including the Met Plus Police and Community Safety Officer have resulted in several successful prosecutions of local petty criminals.

Most recently their contributions have aided in the prosecution of an illegal street trader, who is well known in the area and has several other previous convictions in the area.

Please see the attached press release for full details.

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7 August, 2017

Southbank Place Newsletter | Chicheley Street 12- Week Road Works

As part of the Southbank Place development, there will be traffic management in place on Chicheley Street from 4th September for 12 weeks. This is to enable multi-utilities connections for the site.

The road will remain open at all times, however traffic may be increased in the area.

For full information and details view the attached special edition of the Southbank Place newsletter.

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24 July, 2017

Prundential Ride London | 28-30th July 2017: Major Road Closures

The Prudential Ride London returns on the weekend of 28-30th July and will see several races across both the Capital and Surrey, resulting in road and bridge closures throughout the weekend.

The majority of closures will take place on Saturday 29th July as the main cycle event takes place across central London. A full list of road closures and bus diversion routes can be found here.

The eight-mile circuit passes iconic London landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Bank of England and again goes south of the river with a loop over Waterloo Bridge, causing major road closures and restricted access throughout London.

You are advised to plan before you travel, severe delays are to be expected across central London including the South Bank and Waterloo area.

For full travel information for the weekend please visit:

Bridge closures can be viewed here:

14 July, 2017

York Road and Addington Street Closures | From 23 July

As part of the ongoing work from the Westminster Bridge South Scheme, there will be resurfacing works in the South Bank / Waterloo area from 23 July.

TfL are planning to carry out resurfacing works on York Road and Addington Street which will require a series of temporary road closures from 23 July.

The works are planned in phases to keep disruption to a minimum. Unfortunately, the nature of the works means that some noise will be unavoidable. TfL are planning  to complete the noisiest works by midnight at the latest.

Temporary traffic diversions will be in place and clearly signed, however please plan ahead or use alternative routes where possible.

Affected bus routes include:

12,53,76,77,148,159,211,341,381,453,507,N109,N155N381 and C10 will be temporarily diverted.

Full road closures are attached, but for further information on the TfL scheme click here.

Resurfacing July 2017 details - ( 80 kB )
13 July, 2017

Southbank Place Highways Proposal – Belvedere Road and Chicheley Street Statutory Consultation

Proposal to provide new parking places in Belvedere Road for coaches, car club and disabled person’s vehicles and London Cycle Hire pedal cycles, to revise the layout of the existing parking places for coaches and remove the existing “no stopping on taxi rank” restriction in Belvedere Road, to revise the layout of the pay and display and disabled person’s parking places and remove a solo motor cycle parking place in Chicheley Street (the latter would be relocated to a new position in Concert Hall Approach) and to impose new “no stopping on taxi rank” restrictions on new taxi ranks to be provided in Belvedere Road and Chicheley Street.  This notice is also about proposals to introduce additional double yellow line waiting restrictions in parts of Belvedere Road and Chicheley Street where parking places and taxi ranks are not provided and to construct the type of flat-top road hump known as a “speed table” or “raised treatment” in Belvedere Road.  Objections or other comments may be made to Lambeth by the 28th July 2017.

See attached documents – LB Lambeth Plan and Press Notice for full details.

You can find further information by visiting:  

LB Lambeth Southbank Place01 - ( 673 kB ) Lambeth BelvedereRd ChicheleySt Shell Centre - Press Notice - ( 62 kB )
30 June, 2017

TfL Proposal | Removal of Waterloo Roundabout

Proposals have been developed by Transport for London (TfL) and Lambeth Council to create a new greener public space and an upgraded bus station by the removal of Waterloo roundabout and a wider pavement on Waterloo Road to improve the area and encourage more people to walk and cycle and use public transport. We are proposing:

  • A new public space at Waterloo, created by removing the roundabout, to reduce the dominance of traffic and allow people to better enjoy the area
  • A sense of place created by a tree-filled public square
  • A new focal point for Waterloo, helping build on it as a cultural destination and support regeneration and growth
  • Segregated cycle lanes, widened footways on Waterloo Road and more direct accessible crossings for a healthier and safer environment for people to walk and cycle more
  • To keep buses and traffic moving through the area by moving bus stops on Waterloo Road and banning the right turns from Waterloo Road into Stamford Street and from Concert Hall Approach (except for buses)

The proposals form part of the Mayor of London’s plan for Healthy Streets – a long-term vision to encourage more Londoners to walk and cycle and use public transport by making London’s streets healthier, safer and more welcoming.

We expect the proposals would result in changes, both positive and negative, to journey times for motorists, bus passengers and cyclists once complete. You can see our plans and have your say on the website at or at one of these events:

  • Monday 10 July from 12pm to 7.30pm Level 3 Blue Side, Festival Hall (with the exhibition staying until end of Wednesday 13 July)
  • Wednesday 26 July from 12noon to 7.30pm St John’s Church, Waterloo Road, opposite the IMAX (with the exhibition in the Church for that week)
  • Thursday 10 August from 12pm to 5.30pm Waterloo Action Centre, 14 Baylis Road, near Lower Marsh market
  • Sunday 13 August 10am to 3pm Palestra, 197 Blackfriars Road, opposite Southwark tube (with the exhibition in the reception area for the following week)

Subject to the outcome of this consultation, should we proceed with these proposals, we would look to start construction in late 2019 for a period of up to 18 months. We are aware that there is a lot of construction in the Waterloo area and these changes are likely to cause further disruption. TfL and Lambeth Council would work with the local community, SBEG, WeAreWaterloo and surrounding developers to coordinate works and deliveries to minimise this impact as far as possible.

Please submit your views by Sunday 20 August 2017.

28 June, 2017

International Brigade Memorial Trust Event | Saturday 1 July

On Saturday 1 July, the International Brigade Memorial Trust will be holding their annual commemoration event on Jubilee Gardens between 1-2pm.

The event commemorates those who volunteered to defend democracy in Spain from 1936-1939.

The event will include music, speeches, and wreath laying, followed by a one minute silence.

Jubilee Gardens will remain open to the public as usual for the duration of the event.

See leaflet below for further details on the event.

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