In this section you can access a wide range of information and documents relating to the council's decision making processes, find out about forthcoming council meetings and obtain contact details for your local political representatives.
Please follow the links below to access the information you require.
Information regarding the Council's committees can be found here. You can find the agendas, minutes of previous meetings, as well as officer reports discussed at previous meetings. Information is also provided on dates of future meetings, and issues that will be discussed in future.
You can also access committee meeting information via our new app for android and apple tablet devices. In the Apple App Store or Google Marketplace just search for Modern Gov or click on the links below Apple App Store or Google Marketplace (for android) We have also developed some tips: Click here for guidanceFor some of our meetings we stream the audio live and provide a recorded version using a system called Audio Minutes, for more details contact the team or access archived recordings in our library Audiominutes Library
Please see the how to get involved section of the website for ways in which to participate in local democracy, such as asking public questions, attending public meetings, joining the Youth Council or standing for election.
You can access and sign current electronic Petitions submitted to Lambeth Council, as well as accessing information on Petitions (electronic and paper) that have already been completed.
It is also possible to subscribe to updates in order to receive information via e-mail regarding particular issues and committee meetings.
Contact details for the council representatives on outside bodies and forums that are independent from the council.
Information regarding the decisions by Individual Cabinet Members, Cabinet and Committees, as well as officer delegated decisions taken by council officers.
If you have any comments or suggestions on this section, please email democratic services at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7926 2170.
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