Welcome to Lambeth Living!

We’re working to improve your neighbourhood to support healthy, confident and sustainable communities across the borough.

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Communal services

The council is responsible for repairs to communal areas to blocks of flats including stairs, door entry systems, communal lighting, landings, communal windows, courtyards and sheds.

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Leaseholders

The home ownership services department deals with many of the issues that come with owning a London Borough of Lambeth property.

Parking

If you wish to park on an estate which is participating in a parking permit scheme you must display a resident permit or a daily visitor voucher or scratch card along with your valid tax disc or statutory off road notice.

Modernising your homes

We work closely with communities to provide good quality affordable housing and ensure that residents have the widest range of choice about how their estates should be improved.

Paying your rent

When you pay your rent on time you contribute to the continuously improving service Lambeth Living runs for you and your neighbours.

Recycling on your housing estate

It's easy to recycle if you live on a housing estate by using the green recycling bins. These are usually located where you put your household rubbish.

OUR BLOG

  • Solar panels

    Without a doubt, one of the best ways to make a home more energy conservative is by installing the beneficial solar panels on the roof of the house. You can have tons of money when relying on solar power to generate energy, and moreover, it increases the overall value of the property. Solar

    Installation of a whole house fan

    When a house has poor ventilation facilities, it results in the inside of a house becoming hot and uncomfortable. As a result, we switch on the AC which uses more units to battle this prevalent heat inside. However, installing a whole house fan is practical and efficient as it sucks out the hot air from the house and enabling the AC to use a much lower current to cool the house quickly.

    Maintain proper insulation

    It is a recommended tip to maintain appropriate insulation in the walls of your house to keep the ideal climate within the home. Lack of sufficient insulation in the walls could mean disaster in seasonal changes as heat could seep out during winter, and cold air could spill out in summer causing discomfort.

    Do not wash using hot water

    A ridiculous amount of energy is used in heating water to be used in washing laundry. This method is not only unnecessary but employs a large amount of energy as well. Swapping hot water with cold water for washing laundry is equally valid and saves you lots of energy and money.

    Replace or seal old windows

    Another useful tip in saving additional units being spent is by sealing existing windows by weather-stripping them. This prevents any cold air from leaking during summer and likewise in the case of winter. Windows damaged beyond repair can be replaced with energy conserving windows such as double pane windows which do not allow heat or frost to penetrate inside the climate of the house.

    Plant shade trees

    For those houses lacking proper insulation, consider planting trees and other vegetation around the house. During summer, it is an effective way of keeping the house cool by preventing the heat from penetrating in. Moreover, it adds to the overall beauty of the home.

    Replace incandescent bulbs with LED lights

    It is an incredibly good idea to replace all your existing incandescent bulbs in the house with LED lights. Why? Since LED lights help you save approximately 75 percent on costs and are 25times more likely to last longer.

    Use energy star appliances

    Using energy star appliances will significantly help you lower your energy costs as all energy star appliances meet necessary energy specifications and avail 10-50 percent less energy compared to regular devices.

    Installing a storm door

    You can save more energy and costs by installing storm doors in front of existing doors to form of an additional layer of protection from seasonal impacts. Such entries are typically made out of low-emissivity glass....