The Government’s £500 million of extra funding to help local authorities with Covid-19 costs will only cover a “fraction” of Lambeth Council’s £28 million budget gap, it announced on Friday (July 3).
Lambeth Council failed to support the family of a baby who died after being tied to a bunk bed in one of its children’s homes, an inquiry heard.
Last night (july 2)the council gave an update on Wandsworth’s Environment and Sustainability Strategy at the Finance and Corporate Resources Overview and Scrutiny Committee (FCROSC) - this meeting coincides with London Climate Action Week, creating a good opportunity for the council to continue the conversation around climate change.
The effects of the coronavirus pandemic are being felt by businesses of all shapes and sizes so Wandsworth Council has launched a survey to listen to the local business community and hear about the challenges they may be facing.
No one likes a fly-tipper, which is why Wandsworth Council is restarting its CCTV appeal to catch litter louts in the act.
The South West Borough Commander for the Metropolitan Police has written the following message to the public.
Additional road safety measures are being introduced on a busy pedestrian route used by pupils at a Southfields primary school.
Nearly 200 people have been arrested and £13.4 million in cash has been seized in London after the National Crime Agency, working with the Met Police and European partners, cracked an impenetrable military grade crime chat network.
A Shirley Oaks child abuse victim gave away all her compensation so that “every smile Lambeth took from me, I made sure I have given to someone else”.
In line with fresh Government guidance, playgrounds in the borough will be reopening this weekend, but parents and children will need to carefully observe updated guidelines designed to keep them and others safe.