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Ethelred TMO and Creative Sparkworks have partnered together to bring a fun event for the community. Come along to create a legacy for the people of Lambeth Walk. Saturday 24 May 10am - 2pm Lambeth Walk Market Square
A New application for a Premises Licence under the Licensing Act 2003 in respect of the below-mentioned premises was received by the licensing authority on the 30th April 2014
Applicants Name: Maximo Café Ltd
Premises Address: Maximo Café - 58 Kennington Park Road London SE11 4RS Activities/times requested:
Plays Thursday - Saturday 18:00 - 00:00 Christmas Eve and New Years Eve until 2am.
Live Music Saturday 10:00 - 23:00 Sunday 11:00 - 18:00 Thursday - Saturday 18:00 - 00:00 Tuesday - Friday 09:00 - 23:00 Christmas Eve and New Years Eve until 2am.
Supply of Alcohol Sunday 12:00 - 19:00 Tuesday - Saturday 12:00 - 23:00 Christmas Eve and New Years Eve until 2am.
Please direct any queries in respect of this application to the following case officer: Mrs Esther Jones Telephone: 020 7926 6144 Email: email@example.com
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 28th May 2014
2014 is the first year that Lambeth has brought together the Lambeth civic awards and Lambeth champions awards and will be running a borough wide – Lambeth Community Awards.
Nominations will be judged by a panel of councillors, the Metropolitan Police, Fire Brigade and independent members of the business and voluntary sectors of the community. The closing date for nominations is Monday 26 May 2014 at 5pm. The awards ceremony will take place in July. For more information please visit: www.lambeth.gov.uk/communityawards or if you have any questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The eight categories are:
Bringing your neighbourhood together award
Making Lambeth safer community award
Helping people into jobs and training community award
Cleaner and greener community award
Keeping Lambeth healthy community award
Young person’s community award
Lord Scarman award
Voluntary or community organisation of the year award
Pictured: Vauxhall's community in action at a dog show in the Pleasure Gardens
We welcome the excellent work that the London Cycling Campaign has done in helping coordinate some of the priorities of cyclists in Lambeth.
Lambeth is already the third most popular borough for cycling and have made a manifesto commitment to make Lambeth the most cycling friendly borough in London. We want as many people as possible to get involved and are determined to ensure that their journeys are swift, safe and secure.
We’ve made and will continue to make record investment in our road and pavement network. In the next four years alone we will tackle potholes by upgrading more than 130 miles of highways and footpaths.
We will work with neighbouring Southwark and introduce a borough-wide 20MPH zone.
We will continue to press the Mayor of London to better manage the roads under his control and call for essential improvements to dangerous junctions and gyratories. We will also continue our good work with the police to encourage and enforce more considerate behaviour from motorists, offering cycling awareness training for drivers of HGVs, buses and other fleet vehicles, Lambeth's included.
Our particular local priority is to sort out the Vauxhall Gyratory system - which we want to see transformed to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists
We were the first borough in the UK to introduce secure, covered cycle hangars on streets and estates for residents without sufficient space in their homes - these are being introduced to Brook Drive soon. We are also working with Network Rail and TfL to ensure secure parking at both ends of your journey.
We’ve also successfully campaigned to bring Barclays Bikes to Lambeth and are currently working on their wider expansion into the south of the borough.
In Prince's ward Lambeth Cyclists asked us to:
Undertake measures on Kennington Road and Kennington Lane to make them child friendly, either through motor traffic speed and volume reduction or through separate space for cycling, ensure that children can cycle throughout the ward, rather than be confined to a few back streets. What we are doing:
Lambeth aspires to make Kennington Road completely cycle friendly and is lobbying TfL to provide funding as part of the Central London Cycle Grid to develop proposals in 2014 for implementation in 2015/16.
Lambeth is developing designs for the TLRN section between Kennington Park Road and Kennington Lane and will seek funding and permission from TfL to implement these in 2015 in conjunction with the Oval Better Junctions works.
There will always be more that we can do and we’ll always only be able to achieve real success with the help of our residents who cycle or are interested in getting involved. If you or anyone you know have any ideas or points of view in addition to those highlighted by this campaign then please do not hesitate to get in touch and let us know.