One of the things we love about Thurlow Park is the strong sense of community – and nothing says community like the many street parties that you organise across the ward each year.
The council is happy to support street parties, but you have to make sure your application gets in in good time as road closures are reviewed in batches each month. The deadline for street parties in April is coming up – get your applications in by 6th March .
Lambeth defines a street party as an event which…
Is a residential get together on a single
street. However there are occasions we will consider 2 road closures for a
street party. There must be three named organisers who are over 18 and resident
on the street to be closed (not from the same address)
At least one of the named organisers is present
for the duration of the Street Party
Is not a public event and is only advertised
directly to the residents on the street
Is not profit making and the activities are not
Takes place on one day only between the hours of
10am and 7.30pm with the road being opened again to all traffic no later than
The road closure should be free, but there may be costs if you need the council’s contractors to bring over signs and barriers. Do get in touch if this is an issue – our details are on our contact page.
This is a note to say that to enable street parties and other social events to take place, Lambeth Borough Council have made Orders the effect of which will be to temporarily road closures on; Birkbeck Place, Deronda, and Hexham on Saturday 17 June 2017.
To enable a street party to take place, the Council of the London Borough of Lambeth have made an Order the effect of which will be to temporarily ban vehicles from entering Tulsemere Road on Sunday 7th December 2014.
An alternative route for affected vehicles will be available via Lancaster Avenue, Ardlui Road and Idmiston Road and vice versa.
Pictures from the Hexham Road funday last weekend (only their SECOND brilliant street party of the summer)