It is important that you look the proposals and have your say now.
The consultation will close at midnight on Friday 24 April
The proposals include the following:
Libraries. The sale of Waterloo and Minet libraries and the use of the money to help create a £10 million endowment fund for the culture and library services.
One topic of considerable concern to anyone interested in local history is the scant consideration given to the future of Lambeth’s excellent archive service at present housed at the Minet Library, which is due to be sold in 2016.
Parks and events. The generation of more income in parks and open spaces including events in Lambeth.
Sports. The renegotiation of the current leisure contract in 2017 to provide better value for money. A Sport Innovation Fund to provide access to facilities at reduced rates for Lambeth based community-led sport clubs and self-help groups.
You can find the overview booklet, all documentation and a questionnaire online at
lambeth.gov.uk/culture2020consultation and in all Lambeth libraries.
Remember, the consultation will close at midnight on Friday 24 April
This is how you can have your say about these impotant proposals now:-
Collect a copy of the proposal leaflet. It is easier to read and understand the details of these important proposals in the booklet and you are strongly urged to collect a copy from the library if you can, or Download the leaflet here.
You can also speak to your ward councillor about these proposals, email email@example.com
Follow and comment using social media. Share this page using the buttons here
and tweet – Twitter @ lambeth_council #culture2020
Sign up to the Love Lambeth e-newsletter to make sure you hear about events and visit love.lambeth.gov.uk/culture2020-consultation/ to find out more about what is happening.
There will also be some public events throughout the borough at which the proposals will be discussed. The date for the Clapham one is Wednesday 25 March, but the venue not yet fixed. So keep the date and check the venue on the links shown above.