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As the cold weather continues, the effects of the cost of living crisis are being felt even more in households across Lambeth. That’s why Lambeth Council is offering free energy saving kits to thousands of homes to support residents to reduce their energy bills. The kits will also help households reduce their carbon footprint.

The free energy saving kits contain LED lightbulbs, draft excluders, and radiator reflector panels to help improve energy efficiency in the home. The kits also include real, practical money-saving advice to keep energy costs down this winter. You can pick up a kit at any of the 10 libraries across Lambeth – find out the closest place to get yours.

The free energy saving kits are the latest measure by Lambeth Council to help people in Lambeth through the cost of living crisis. To find out about other support you can access, visit our community solutions hub.

Councillor Claire Holland, Lambeth Council Leader

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Works for Lambeth's new Kerbside Strategy is set to begin

Last week, we were delighted to launch our new ground-breaking Kerbside Strategy. This new strategy, was approved by Cabinet Members at Monday's Cabinet Meeting, and is one of the first of its kind in the UK. It sets out how we will transform 25 percent of our kerbside space, as places for people, not just cars. We've got 579km of kerbside, but 94% of it is used to provide & manage car parking. That's not fair or sustainable, when 3 out of 5 households don't own a car. With the new space, we plan to make pavements more accessible, tackle the climate crisis, create community space to rest and play and switch to clean transport. 

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Find your next role at Lambeth's Leisure Centres job fair

Attend the Lambeth Leisure Centres jobs fair next Thursday and on 1 February. The service is moving in-house in April, and they are now recruiting for lots of different roles within our leisure services. By attending the job fairs, you will be able to find out what jobs are available and discuss what is required and apply for suitable roles. Both fairs will take place at Lambeth Town Hall. For more information please email

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Pilot scheme will help domestic abuse survivors avoid homelessness

We’ve launched a new pilot scheme, to help reduce the risk of homelessness faced by women and girls who have survived violence and abuse. We’re one of four London boroughs that will be working with charity Against Violence and Abuse (AVA) and local women on the programme, after successfully applying for funding.

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Jobs in Lambeth

Lead Commissioner Learning Disability and Autism

Business & Inward Investment Manager

Vauxhall Night Time Enterprise Zone Manager

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UK elections set to change following new legislation by government

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Brixton’s O2 Academy has its premises license suspended until April

Lambeth Council’s Licensing Subcommittee met on Monday and decided to suspend the O2 Academy Brixton’s premises license for a further three months. The decision to close the venue was made following the tragic deaths of two people after a serious crush incident on 15 December last year. The venue will now work with the authorities to propose changes that ensure a similar incident can never happen again.

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