Developers are meeting the public, on Zoom, this Wednesday 23/3 evening 7pm to 8pm or Thurs 24/3 7pm to 8pm to discuss their plans to redevelop the old car workshops at 1-5 Waylett Place SE27 9AE which are next to B&Q.
The proposal at this stage is for 30 new homes over 7 storeys – plus ground floor employment space.
To book a Zoom session to meet the developers, Woolbro Homes, go to:
This is the first specific site out for informal consultation following the Site 18 West Norwood town centre online consultation, which ended only a month ago on 22/2/22. The developers hope to submit a formal planning application this summer 2022.
Lambeth & Wandsworth are running an enhanced covid 19 testing programme to test everyone in the two boroughs.
West Norwood has a free drop-in covid 19 testing centre at Waylett Place car park SE27 9AA (next to Iceland) . The last session will be 9am to 3pm on Monday 26th April. These tests are for people with NO covid 19 symptoms.
For more information on covid19 testing services in Lambeth see:
Developers are exhibiting to the public their plans for the old laundry site off Lansdowne Hill on Monday 2nd September between 4pm and 8pm at the Church Hall in St Lukes Church SE27 0DT.
The planning committee turned down the developer’s first plans (18/00580) in April 2019 . The developer, Leyton Clubs, has now come up with a new planning application. They plan a 6-7 storey building with 51 flats and a separate 4 storey office block between Waylett Place, Wakeling House & Easton House on York Hill estate & Lansdowne Hill. See map below:
The local police, residents, businesses and councillors have concerns about anti-social behaviour around the Snooker Club in Waylett Place off Norwood Road and the impact of late night music and drinking at the Club on West Norwood town centre and nearby residential streets. The Snooker Club is used mainly as a night club and only a few snooker tables are left.
For a number of months the local police have been working with the owners of the club to try to improve behaviour at the club. Sadly recent events, including the tragic murder of a young man close to the club in August, suggest this approach is not working. Local councillors have now asked the Lambeth Licence Committee to review the licence arrangements. The Snooker Club is licensed to sell alcohol from 12noon to 5am everyday and for music & dancing from 8pm to 5am Wednesdays to Sundays.
If you would like to comment on the licence and the running of the Snooker Club you must write to Lambeth Licensing, Blue Star House, 234-244 Stockwell Road, SW9 9SP or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for comments is Wednesday 28th September. The Licence Committee only looks at problems under four headings: public safety, preventing crime & disorder, public nuisance and protecting children from harm.
Alternatively you can contact Cllr Jane Pickard on: email@example.com or 07805 943 085. Jane can pass on comments to the Licence Committee on your behalf – and you can choose to remain anonymous.