Amendments and additions

Amendment  and contact by email: is the correct contact if you have any queries re: planning applications and may need further information from Brixton Society before going online at the Lambeth Council website.

Some local concerns if Lambeth decide not to send out paper notifications are we all aware what is going on in our backyards? Stress, density, noise pollution are all features of urban living.

On a ‘Plus note’ Bristol University Department of health have contacted a local Play Street co-ordinator to see if we would monitor children’s activity in Street play.

Next Play Street Rattray Road Sunday March 29th 2-5pm?  Awaiting confirmation. Get involved if you have children who want to participate or you want to help  passing the message on to neighbours.

For your information:

Brixton Neighbourhood forum next meeting is on March 16th Vida Walsh Centre

Effra Residents are affiliated. Also did you see The Brix posted leaflet St. Matthew’s Peace Garden want history3Friends / they are looking to reconfigure the Peace Garden

Our future plans include taking back into our ownership the surrounding “Peace Garden” which until the 1950s was St Matthews Churchyard. In 2012 and 2013, Brix trustees organised a local consultation which enabled us to develop plans for the extensive regeneration of the park to provide new leisure, recreation and social uses in a safer and more attractive environment. The next step is to attract major funding to allow the gardens to be re-landscaped and replanted.

Too many Consultations?

How can the borough of Lambeth keep us residents informed unless they do cconsultations..? Discuss…

Saturday 21 March: 11am to 1 pm at the Karibu Centre, Gresham Road, SW9, with the main focus on Parks and events.

Meanwhile here is one about planning that may skip your notice. Available in hard copies at the Library and Town Hall   Current response needed by April or Lambeth may not give  people written notice if their neighbour plans a mega development on their doorstep. or will limit where information is to be found. 

Well it does matter. If you can’t fill in these,  you could join Brixton Society http://www.brixtonsociety,org , as its newsletter gives up to date information and Brixton Society Members because of their expertise in Planning matters act as consultants to and  with the council.

So to ensure your views are taken into consideration put your views across, fill in a questionnaire or let others do it for you!

Meanwhile for housing issues Somerleyton Road Scheme has workshops with the architects to give local advice on types of Affordable dwellings ?

Brixton Windmill re-opens

The Windmill re-opens for tours on Easter Saturday, 4 April. The full list of open days and booking details will be on the Friends’ website shortly, see www.brixtonwindmill.orghome_page_march_2015.jpg600x640.2photo Nick Weedon

Follow-up meeting with the new architects on 26 March. See also or enquiries to: