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ASSA have invited representatives of the architects Tibbald Planning and Urban Design handling the redevelopment of the South Lambeth Estate and representatives of Lambeth Council to a special public consultation event for ASSA members and other interested residents on

Tuesday 21st February 2017, 19:30 – 21:00
at St Stephen’s Church, St Stephen’s Terrace, London SW8 1DH

This relates to the redevelopment of the existing estate that abuts our conservation area along Wilkinson Street and the North of Albert Square. As you may be aware there have already been 2 public consultation events on this project, the last was on January 14th and leaflets have been distributed. Since then some of you have developed and shared views as to the merits of and issues with the proposals. This is a further opportunity to ask questions to ensure that everyone affected is well informed, and to help develop a representative ASSA perspective, should that be feasible.

Please note that our event is being held after the Council’s own drop-in planned on the estate on the same day, a timely opportunity for anyone who hasn’t yet seen the plans to peruse them and discuss with the planners. See http://estateregeneration.lambeth.gov.uk/south_lambeth_estate_drop_in_21_02_17_20170221

The plans are also available online at
http://estateregeneration.lambeth.gov.uk/south_lambeth. There will be two further rounds of consultation before the plans are finalised.

Lambeth Council has banned HGVs from using Fentiman Road. This was in response to a massive increase in HGVs in our area in recent months.

All those HGVs are now going to come through Albert Square and down Aldebert Terrace or down Dorset Road or Claylands Road instead.

Our councillors have told us they can apply to have an HGV ban here as well. But only if enough people sign the petition.

We urgently need you to spend 1 minute of your time by signing the petition here

We are working together with all the other resident associations in our area on this, including Fentiman Road. Please encourage your neighbours to sign as well!

The Rev’d Bill Wilson, Vicar at St Stephen’s Church on the corner of St Stephen’s Terrace and Wilkinson Street has passed on details of the Christmas services taking place at the church, as per the flyer below. All are very welcome!

 

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The ASSA Trash and Treasure street sale will take place this year on Saturday 7th May, between 10.30am and 1pm. All local residents in the ASSA area are welcome to put up a stall outside their house and sell, swap or give away their unwanted goods. It is free and fun to take part so please join in, and spread the word to your friends and family locally.

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The Albert Square Garden Trust have arranged a open air performance of Twelfth Night, performed by the Principal Theatre Company, on Friday 26th June at 7.30pm. As in previous years, the garden will be open from 6pm for picnics – please bring a rug or chairs to sit on. Tickets are just £10, or £6 for Students and OAPs, and accompanied children under 13 are FREE. Come along, and bring family and friends for what should be a fantastic evening.

You can get your tickets:

1. Online via this website: http://www.positickets.co.uk/ 

2. By sending a cheque payable to Albert Square Garden Trust, along with a SAE, to 27 Albert Square, London SW8 1DA

3. In person from WINKWORTH, 299 Kennington Road, SE11 4QE or MICHAEL’S SHOE REPAIRS, 45 South Lambeth Rd, SW8 1RH

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This Saturday, 16th May, the annual ASSA Trash or Treasure street sale takes place. Everyone living on the ASSA streets of Albert Square, Aldebert Terrace, Wilkinson Street and St Stephen’s Terrace is encouraged to set up a stall outside their house and sell unwanted items. It is a great way to declutter your house, meet neighbours, and to raise money, either for yourself or charity – the choice is yours. The sale runs from 10.30am to 1pm. Please help spread the word!

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We want to know!!

Lambeth is offering up to 2 cycle hangars for safe storage of bikes in Aldebert Terrace and one in the entrance road to Albert Square. Let us know your thoughts by signing Lambeth’s form.

To see where they propose to put the storage contact your ASSA member (see website) or call Peter on 020 7582 4483 or 07876 561252 to see the plan and sign before 27 March.