A site for residents of Prince's Ward, SE11, in the London Borough of Lambeth. Check for updates from your Labour Action Team's campaigning, local information, and meetings.
Thursday, 27 May 2010
Applicants Name: The Cinema Museum
Premises Address: The Cinema Museum - The Masters House, Dugard Way, Off Renfrew Road, Kennington London
Wednesday - Saturday 19:00 - 22:00
Friday & Saturday 14:00 - 23:00
Friday & Saturday 14:00 - 23:00
Provision of Facilities for Similar Entertainment
Monday - Sunday 14:00 - 23:00
Prior to determining this application, the licensing authority may accept written representations from Responsible Authorities and Interested Parties on the likely effect of the grant of this application in relation to the licensing objectives, which are:
• Preventing crime and disorder;
• Public safety;
• Preventing public nuisance; and
• Protecting children from harm.
Representations will be disregarded if they are deemed to be vexatious, frivolous, or irrelevant, or if they are received later than the 24th June 2010
If a valid representation (or more than one) is received and is not withdrawn, this application will be referred to a hearing of the Licensing Sub-Committee for determination. If no representations are received, the application will ordinarily be determined by the relevant Licensing Officer.
Applications for new Premises licences, and variations and reviews of existing ones, will be placed on the Councils website for inspection; the address at which these may be accessed is www.lambeth.gov.uk/Services/Business/LicencesStreetTrading/AlcoholEntertainmentLateNightRefreshment/CurrentApplications.htm
Monday, 24 May 2010
Third Saturday of the month
Whitgift TRA Centre, 125 Lambeth Walk, London SE11 6EE
(Normally Mark Harrison)
Fourth Wednesday of the month
Durning Library, 167 Kennington Lane, London SE11 4HF
(Normally Steve Morgan)
The new arrangements increase the number of surgeries, increase the number of places where surgeries are held, and introduce a weekday evening surgery for those who can't make Saturday mornings.
Councillors often hold additional surgeries, as well as occasional community coffee mornings.
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14
TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS BLACK PRINCE ROAD
1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, to enable Thames Water to carry out works, the Council of the London Borough of Lambeth subject to the agreement of Transport for London intend to make an Order the effect of which would be to temporarily ban vehicles proceeding in Kennington Road from entering Black Prince Road.
2. Alternative routes for vehicles affected by the temporary “No Entry” would be available via a) Kennington Road, Lambeth Road and Albert Embankment and b) Kennington Road, Kennington Lane, Durham Street, Harleyford Road, South Lambeth Road, Parry Street, Wandsworth Road and Albert Embankment.
3. The ban would only apply at such times and to such extent, as shall be indicated by the placing of the appropriate traffic signs.
4. The Order would come into force on 5th June 2010 and would continue for a maximum duration of 1 month, or until the works have been completed whichever is the sooner.
Dated 21st May 2010
Head of Transport and Highways
Lambeth Council have launched a new webpage which allows residents to report any form of environmental crime quickly and easily.
The webpage enables people to request rubbish to be removed, streets to be cleaned, and graffiti to be washed away.Add this address to your favourites: http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/BigDifference/Enviro-crime/
Saturday, 8 May 2010
Labour has won 44 seats out of 63, a huge increase on last time.
In Prince's ward, Labour councillors Lorna Campbell, Mark Harrison and Steve Morgan won more than 2600 votes each, 1500 ahead of their nearest rivals.
And in neighbouring Oval ward Labour candidates Jane Edbrooke and Jack Hopkins caused a major upset by defeating the Lib Dems, who had held the ward since 1994. The Oval result came at 2:30am after a recount.
The Lib Dems only just held on in Bishops ward, and failed to gain seats in Vassall ward. Labour kept out the Tories in Clapham Town ward.
You can see all the results on Lambeth Council's website
Lorna, Mark and Steve would like to say a huge thank you to everybody who voted in Prince's ward.
The Council elections came a day after the general election results, in which Kate Hoey increased her majority in the Vauxhall constituency.
Pictured: Lorna Campbell at the count / Returning Officer Derrick Prentice announces the result of the Oval recount at 2:30am
FULL RESULT FOR PRINCE'S WARD
Mark Richard Harrison Labour 2847 17% Elected
Lorna Patricia Campbell Labour 2804 16% Elected
Stephen Richard Morgan Labour 2653 15% Elected
Gloria Gomez Canal Liberal Democrat 1371 8% Not elected
Sandra Joy Lawman Liberal Democrat 1343 8% Not elected
John Peter Munro Liberal Democrat 1246 7% Not elected
James Howard Bellis Conservative 1161 7% Not elected
Michael Charles Poole-Wilson Conservative 1083 6% Not elected
Richard Wayne Rajgopaul-Hicklin Conservative 1051 6% Not elected
Emily Alice Butterworth Green 644 4% Not elected
Joseph Healy Green 381 2% Not elected
Marcus John Letts Green 337 2% Not elected
John Dodds English Democrats 135 1% Not elected
Alfredo Cordal English Democrats 106 1% Not elected
Wednesday, 5 May 2010
Tuesday, 4 May 2010
We will be supporting Lorna, Mark and Steve as they have shown strong support for the Whitgift Residents' Association. Their help has enabled us to achieve more for our estate.
Thelston & Dorothy Durant
The one thing councillors do which affects everybody is setting the Council Tax. Labour's frozen Council Tax for two years - and kept it low for four years - so I'll be voting for Lorna, Mark and Steve.