• Norwood Forum


#healthygipsyhill - new small grants scheme for Gipsy Hill

We are delighted to launch a brand new funding scheme designed to enhance the health & wellbeing of (primarily) the residents of Gipsy Hill. Applications are sought now from organisations, especially local ones.

The scheme is part of a programme of innovative work being undertaken by Lambeth Council Public Health to improve health and wellbeing at a local neighbourhood level, particularly focusing on residents and communities that experience poor health and wellbeing outcomes. Norwood Forum is managing the scheme,

Major development plans for West Norwood and Tulse Hill

Lambeth Council is seeking views on its Draft Lambeth Site Allocations Development Plan Document (SADPD) which includes plans for 14 sites around the borough. If the proposals for two local sites were ever built they would have a huge impact on West Norwood town centre and change forever the nature of the West Norwood and Tulse Hill neighbourhoods.
For details on how to have your say and what the local community organisations are doing, read on:

Cycle hangars

We are pleased to see that Lambeth's most recent plan to install 51 new cycle hangars across the borough does at least include eight at locations in the West Norwood area.

Work for Lambeth elections in May 2022

On Thursday 5 May  2022 people in Lambeth will elect 63 councillors for Lambeth Council's 25 wards. The Council wants to recruit people to run polling stations, count votes and more.

West Norwood town centre: parking, waiting and loading restriction review

Lambeth Council has undertaken a review of the existing on-street waiting, loading and parking arrangements in West Norwood town centre: parts of Norwood Road, Knights Hill, Norwood High Street and the adjacent side roads to the north of West Norwood Station. Along with Station to Station we were able to input to the proposals, due to our continued work to complete the loose ends of the Streetworks project.