Have Your Say: Lambeth Consultations Open for Your Comments

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Have Your Say: Lambeth Consultations Open for Your Comments

Have your say on West Dulwich Street Improvements - Last chance to comment!



We want to ask you about the local issues and possible improvements that could be made to the streets of West Dulwich. We’re seeking your views on traffic, air quality, green spaces and the public realm. Please share your views with us via the Commonplace site. The consultation is open from 26 January to 25 March 2022.


How to respond: Please share your views with us via the Commonplace site

Close date: Friday, 25 March 22 


Air Quality Lambeth

Have your say on Air Quality in Lambeth - Closing Soon!

We want your views on how we can work together to improve air quality in Lambeth. We want to know about your experience of air pollution, and what actions and which places the council should prioritise in tackling the problem.


How to respond: Please share your views on our Commonplace site.

Close date: Thursday 31 March 22


Pre-Consultation: Have your say on Pharmacies in Lambeth

Lambeth Council is conducting a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) which looks at the health and pharmacy needs of the people who live in your area.  A part of our Pre-Consultation phase for the PNA will include a public survey to better understand the views local people have about pharmacy services in Lambeth. Pharmacies provide over the counter medicines as well as those GPs prescribe. They can also offer health advice and information.

The survey will contribute to the PNA to help to identify where service gaps might exist and how services might be improved. It will also help to make decisions on new pharmaceutical services or changes to existing services. The combined results of all the surveys that are completed will be available on the council website later in 2022. This will be a part of the Consultation phase to seek the views of members of the public and other stakeholders, on whether they agree with the contents of the PNA and whether it addressed issues that they considered relevant to the provision of pharmaceutical services.

This survey should take 10 minutes to complete. We value your input and stress that your answers will be completely anonymous. Any information you provide will not be linked to you and will not affect the care you receive from the NHS or your pharmacy.


How to respond: We would like to hear your views on the Pharmacy Services in Lambeth by completing our short online survey.

Close date: 1 April 2022



Have your say on historic sites with links to the trans-Atlantic slave trade

We want to hear your views on the small number of locations across the borough with proven links to the slave trade. To gather your views we've launched a dedicated website (Commonplace) which details where the sites are located and what their links are to the slave trade. Your views will help us to decide the future of these sites and future sites. 


In Autumn 2020, Cllr Sonia Winifred was proud to host the first event into this important work, which featured Deputy Mayor of London Debbie Weeks-Bernard and more than 1,000 local groups, residents, and national organisations to join in on the community discussion. Following this event, Lambeth Archives carried out extensive research and located a small number of sites in Lambeth with links to the slave trade. At the second meeting held earlier this month we shared where the sites are, what their links are to the slave trade, and it was an opportunity for attendees to share their views and ask questions.

Why we're having this important conversation 

The review of statues, memorials and place names was announced in October 2020, following the appalling killing of George Floyd in the USA and the mobilisation of the 2020 Black Lives Matter campaign. As a proudly diverse borough which has previously taken a lead on commemorating Black leaders in the late 20th century, we have committed to reviewing existing troubling or historic links and assess whether we can legally suggest new names or commemorations to mark the lives and contributions to key people who have made Lambeth the place we know today. 

How to respond: Please share your view on our Commonplace site

Close Date: 31 May 22


Real mates say ‘Leave her alone'

Have your say on the safety of women and girls in public spaces in Lambeth

We want you to have your say and raise any issues affecting the safety of women and girls. It will allow us to better understand your concerns, perceptions and experiences. We would also welcome information from people who have witnessed something that they think would impact on the safety of women and girls.

How to Respond: You can share your views on our Commonplace site

Close date: 3 September 22