How to get in touch with your new Neighbourhood Housing service: Lambeth tenant news

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Your new housing service - how to get in touch

Everyone wants highly visible, easy to contact Neighbourhood Housing Officers who are out and about around the borough. Many residents told us how important this was to them, so Lambeth’s Housing Services have reorganised the way they work to make this happen

Read more about the changes we have made

You can contact your housing officers via our website. Previous email addresses are no longer in use

  • You can also join us for a Wednesday Walkabout on the following estates, click the links to send us an email registering your interest


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  • Tell us about changes in your household, such as changes to your name or contact details, if someone has been born, left your household or died
  • Feeding pigeons, littering and dog fouling are all anti-social behaviour against the terms of tenancy. Report anti-social behaviour


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Don't get behind with your rent over Christmas. The rents team is available to help you with budgeting. To discuss your rent account or support with universal credit, you can contact us on 020 7926 0820, by email or visit us at 91 Kennington Lane, SE1 4HQ or 139 Albert Carr Gardens, SW16 3HB, Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm


Get involved


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Our Annual Residents Assembly will be on 19th January 2019

The Assembly is a forum to discuss our plans and policies for housing services over the coming year

To register your interest, email

Priority will be given to the Lambeth 500+ members. Sign up online

Tenants Assembly 31 October 2018

Sixty four tenants attended the Tenants Assembly to be consulted on a one per cent reduction in rent and service charges for the fourth consecutive year


Focus on performance: July to September 2018


We measure and report our performance across 100+ measures each quarter to ensure that we are providing excellent services to residents

Performance July to Sept 2018


Improvement works coming up


Lambeth has spent over £490m improving its homes, estates and streets since 2012, to bring our homes up to the Lambeth Housing Standard

View the full programme of upcoming works for 2018 to 2020


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