A Herne Hill resident was going through old emails and found the following:
188 Herne Hill Road
Carnegie Library – help shape the future
An independent organisation, called the Carnegie Library Project group is arranging a consultation on a number of options that they have been developing, on proposed future uses of the building. The options appraisal work was funded by the Council. The proposals do not relate to the provision of the library service. They do however relate to where the library would be located in the building. The proposals only address the transfer of the property not the library service which would continue to be run and managed by the Council.
Lambeth libraries encourages you to attend the exhibition of the options, currently on view in the library for the next 6 weeks and make your views known to the Carnegie Library Project group, who are leading on the exhibition and consultation process. If you do not feel your views have been heard or you would prefer to make your views on the options known to the Council, please contact Chris Sipidias on email@example.com or leave your comments with staff at the library
It would be helpful if you could encourage friends and neighbours to attend the exhibition and make their views known.
COMPARE AND CONTRAST
LambethLabour Retweeted Pete Robbins @MrPeteRobbins
Compare and contrast @LambethLabour group and Lambeth Green Party
The Tweet from Mr Robbins was accompanied by two photos – one of the new Labour group – the other of the five Green councillors which will form the main opposition……
As Mr Robbins says, compare and contrast…..
LAMBETH JOBS “There is now an exciting opportunity……
“Successful applicants will be able to demonstrate an understand of the vital role that communications plays in enabling a wide range of stakeholders to stay informed about the council’s services, as well as promoting the positive difference we are making to the lives of local residents……………”
Policy and Communications Officer PO1: Starting salary £32,802 rising in annual increments £35,070 pa incl LW The London Borough of Lambeth is one of the most dynamic and exciting places in the UK. Stretching south of the Thames from opposite the House of Parliament to more suburban Streatham and West Norwood, the borough encompasses busy town centres, world class arts venues, a huge variety of public events and is home to diverse, strong and engaged communities. The borough includes the South Bank, Clapham Common, Brockwell Park, iconic Brixton and the UK’s busiest station at Waterloo. Lambeth Council is a forward looking organisation that is focussed on delivering excellent services to its communities, while seeking to ensure the benefits and opportunities arising from the borough’s strong economic growth are as open to all as possible. We are also seeking to support businesses in the borough, boost the supply of housing available and forge strong partnerships with other public bodies, particularly the NHS. Lambeth is home to more than 320,000 people with a large than average proportion of people under-35s. Levels of digital connectivity are high, our populations are media savvy and have strong aspirations to achieve for themselves and their families. There is now an exciting opportunity for a digital communications professional to join our Communications, Engagement and Consultation team. We are looking for a self-starter who is keen to work with others across the organisation in flexible and problem solving ways. As digital communications channels become ever more significant this role presents a real opportunity for learning and progress for the right candidate. Successful applicants will be able to demonstrate an understand of the vital role that communications plays in enabling a wide range of stakeholders to stay informed about the Council’s services, as well as promoting the positive difference we are making to the lives of local residents. The closing date for receiving the completed application forms is Sunday, 13 May 2018 at midnight. Please download the job description and person specification from here.