Rosendale Road Quietways-Update

October 23, 2015

This consultation is now closed. Please refer to the Lambeth consultation website for the latest update.

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Dear resident or business,

You may well be aware by now of the community engagement and design workshops that are already underway with the purpose of involving people in designing improvements to Rosendale Road as part of the proposed cycle Quietway.

We feel that at this stage it is important for us to make clear that Lambeth is no longer proposing any road closures as part of the project.
Your input is valuable and we want as my people as possible to be involved in helping to design alternative improvements.

We hope to see you at the next co-design workshop to be held this  Saturday 24th October 10:30 to 14:30pm.

Both events will be held at All Saints Church, Lovelace Road, SE21 8JY.

Dr. Peter Loveday
Transport Manager
Communities, Housing and Environment
London Borough of Lambeth

NOTE: As requested by our residents  please see link for the overall route map   Elephant & Castle – Crystal Palace Q7 route


You can do more than just recycle at Vale Street

January 26, 2012

Alongside the usual materials such as paper, glass, garden waste and metal, you can recycle and reuse some slightly more unusual items such as VHS and cassette tapes, cooking oil, carpets and spectacles.

We are also working in partnership with a number of community groups and charities who benefit from the items you donate.

We have recently teamed up with Cycooldelic Revolution and Bling ya Bike, two local groups running bike safety, maintenance and art workshops with young people throughout the borough.

Unwanted bikes dropped off at the Lambeth Reuse and Recycling Centre in Vale Street are given a new lease of life through these innovative projects as Jimmy from Cycooldelic Revolution explains.

“We are very grateful for the contribution of bicycles that have kindly been donated to us from the Lambeth waste team. Since August, we have received over 30 bikes that have now been restored by our participants through our Recycle a Cycle project which is funded by Brixton Low Carbon Zone team.

As a result, we have successfully completed two courses of bicycle maintenance workshops where all the participants received a free bike. These participants are from low income families in Lambeth and have been inspired to cycle more as their preferred mode of transport.”

Visit the Lambeth Reuse and Recycling Centre page to find out what materials we accept at the site.