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7 June, 2017

Station Approach Road Closures | June 2017

As part of the ongoing Waterloo Capacity Improvement Programme, there will be periodic planned closures of Station Approach Road in June.

The closure dates and timings are as follows:

Starting at 22:00 on Friday 2nd June and concluding at 06:00 on Monday 5th June

Starting at 22:00 on Friday 9th June and concluding at 06:00 on Monday 12th June

Starting at 22:00 on Friday16th June and concluding at 06:00 on Monday 19th June.


These works necessitate the closure of both carriageways to permit a safe working environment on Station Approach Road.

Access to the station will be maintained for taxis, deliveries and emergency vehicles via Spur Road with a suggested diversionary route via Westminster Bridge Road and Baylis Road.

Please note that this route may not be suitable for buses or articulated vehicles.

5 June, 2017

Love Lambeth Air Meeting | June 14th

On 14th June, St John’s Church will be hosting the Love Lambeth Air Meeting to discuss local air quality monitoring and idea sharing around tackling the problem in the local community.

Full event details can be found in the invite attached.

Please share with your wider communities.

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25 May, 2017

Message from Lambeth Borough Commander

The below is a public release from the Lambeth Borough Commander regarding the Manchester terror attack, and provides details of the Lambeth Police response:

Topic: Manchester attack

Details of incident

Following the horrific terrorist attack in Manchester, in which 22 people were killed and tens of others injured, the Met has increased the number of officers on duty across the capital.

While all policing operations in London are currently planned to the backdrop of a severe threat level from terrorism, officers from our event planning teams and protective security experts are now reviewing in detail all the plans for upcoming events.

This includes smaller events which may not have had a police presence now seeing a greater focus, an increase of armed and unarmed officers on highly visible reassurance patrols around key locations and crowded places and work with event organisers.

The Met is reaching out to event organisers through our licensing officers to ensure that they are given the latest protective security advice to keep their music events as safe as can be. Using our well-established local and London-wide briefing systems, we are ensuring that refreshed advice is given to all those venues hosting events.

A full review of the security and policing operations for the weekend’s sporting events – the culmination of the football and rugby seasons at Wembley and Twickenham – is also underway. This will include the deployment of extra armed officers.

The Met will continue to do everything possible to protect London, not just through the use of armed officers, but also through the ongoing work by specialist detectives in the Counter Terrorism Command, working with partner agencies and gathering community intelligence.

Across the city and in Lambeth, local officers are also out engaging with a range of communities. Safer Schools officers are working closely with their schools to make sure that young people understand what the Met is doing to protect the capital.

Please do contact my staff office or me if you have any questions or wish to discuss any further aspect of this incident with me.



Richard Wood

Chief Superintendent

Borough Commander – Lambeth “LX”


Please be vigilant: members of the public should always remain alert to the danger of terrorism and report any suspicious activity to the police on 999 or the anti-terrorist hotline: 0800 789 321.

18 May, 2017

South Bank Patrol Praised By Lambeth Borough Commander For Response To Westminster Terror Attack

On Tuesday 15th May, South Bank Patrol were paid a special visit by Borough Commander Richard Wood to say thanks for their response during the attack which took place on Westminster Bridge on 22nd March 2017.

Details of the event can be found in the attached press release. watermaked

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17 May, 2017

CSSC London Protect Newsletter Edition 4 – May 2017

CSSC London Protect have issued their latest newsletter.

The full newsletter with the latest security updates for London and the UK can be found by clicking on the attachment.cssc

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15 May, 2017

Ransomware Cyber Attack Alert and Key Protect Information

The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau have issued the following alert following the Ransomware cyber-attack on Friday 12th May:

In order to protect the public and businesses from ‘WeCry’ or ‘WannaDecrypt0r’ ransomware, the National Crime Agency (NCA) is working closely with a range of partnerships in both the UK and overseas. The NCA leads the UK law enforcement response to cyber threats and is investigating this incident with the National Cyber Security Centre. (NCSC)

Key Protect messages for businesses to protect themselves from Ransomware:

-Install system and application updates on all devices as soon as they become available
-Install anti-virus software of all devices and keep it updated.
-Create regular backups of your important files to a device that isn’t left connected to your network and any malware infection could spread to that too.

The full alert can be found by clicking here.

The following links provide useful information for protecting your own systems and reporting a cyber-attack incident:

Main NCSC Statement:

NCSC advice on patching systems: patch your systems:

NCSC latest information:

How to report an incident:

Good open-source write up of the situation from MS:

Also from MS who have published a patch for XP:

8 May, 2017

Southbank Place Newsletter April 2017

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The latest construction update from Southbank Place for April 2017 has been released. 50% of the concrete pour is now completed and works progressing well with steelwork, floors and external cladding now visible. Since the programme began the site has had 5 apprentices, 14 graduates and 13 trainees working on site.

The Southbank Place construction website is now live and can be found at You can also follow Southbank Place @CWCSouthbankPl

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19 April, 2017

Road Works | Parliament Square

From Monday 24th April until early August, Westminster City Council is carrying out utility works on the roads in and around Parliament Square at Westminster.

There will be temporary changes to the road layout, including various lane and road closures. Roads in and around the area will be busier than usual, especially during peak times. There will also be turning restrictions and closed roads around Parliament Square.

For further information and affected bus routes please click here .



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