Kildoran and Winslade Roads to be resurfaced

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Kildoran Road and Winslade Road are the latest to be resurfaced in the Council’s plan to ensure 130 miles of the borough’s roads are upgraded by 2018. Of the roads put forward for consideration by councillors and residents’ groups, these two were assessed by surveyors as being of top priority.

Cllr Tiedemann has now written to the Council’s housing department, responsible for the pavements and roads outside Diana House between Bonham and Winslade roads, to ask them to prioritise resurfacing that area which is in poor condition. Given both Bonham and Winslade will now have new surfaces, it has become more urgent.

Councillors have also written to Transport for London to ask them to prioritise new pavements on Acre Lane, particularly given the number of puddles that form in bad weather. Acre Lane and Brixton Hill are the responsibility of TfL rather than Lambeth Council.

New pizzeria planned on Brixton Hill – alcohol licence applied for

High Spirits, Brixton HillThe owners of 105 Brixton Hill, until recently the ‘High Spirits’ off licence and convenience store, have applied for an alcohol licence to be able to serve alcohol in a restaurant setting. The application is under the title of ‘Pizza Brixton’, giving some clue about the likely type of restaurant planned!

The application requests sale of alcohol throughout their opening hours – 11am to 11.30pm every day.

Representations objecting to or supporting this application, or suggesting conditions for a licence, can be made by emailing licensing@lambeth.gov.uk by 17/11/2016.

More information here. Comments should address one or more of the licensing objectives:

  • Preventing crime and disorder;
  • Public safety;
  • Preventing public nuisance; and
  • Protecting children from harm.

NTCG Brixton on Lambert Road celebrating 60th anniversary

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Brixton New Testament Church of God on Lambert Road is celebrating its 60th anniversary this coming weekend. In 1956, the NTCG took over the former Anglican church of St Saviour’s, making it one of the oldest of the 130 congregations the NTCG has today.

All are welcome to join the celebration on Saturday 12th November 2016 – doors open at 4pm and the service commences at 5pm.

Adams Cafe applies for alcohol licence

screenshot-2016-11-07-10-59-00Adams Cafe, the sandwich bar and coffee shop at 86 Brixton Hill, has applied for an alcohol licence. Their request is to be able to serve alcohol alongside meals to seated guests with waiter service, between noon and 10.30pm each day except Sundays until 10pm.

Representations objecting to or supporting this application, or suggesting conditions for a licence, can be made by emailing licensing@lambeth.gov.uk by 18/11/2016.

More information here. Comments should address one or more of the licensing objectives:

  • Preventing crime and disorder;
  • Public safety;
  • Preventing public nuisance; and
  • Protecting children from harm.