Building thriving communities and better futures
We are a housing company wholly owned by Lambeth Council. We are building strong and sustainable communities, delivering high-quality homes and providing homes at genuinely affordable rents to tackle the housing crisis. We work with carefully selected architects and existing residents on the estates we are rebuilding to create homes and communities that will thrive for many years to come.
Following the Governments’ advice on social distancing, we have suspended all face to face events. We are continuing to engage with residents via a range of methods - you can find more about our online on events here.
Your Resident Engagement officer and Independent Resident Advisors are still contactable via email or by phone - you can find their details on each estate page.
You can find more information on support available to individuals, businesses and other organisation and how you can help your community on Lambeth Council website.
Lambeth Council’s Planning Committee overwhelmingly approved Homes for Lambeth’s planning application to build 31 new affordable homes on Truslove House, Roman Rise.Dyslexia Awareness Week 2020
For those with Dyslexia every day presents challenges. As an employer, we are committed to supporting our dyslexic staff to meet these challenges so they can contribute fully to the success of our business...Celebrating Black History Month 2020
October is the month when we celebrate Black History Month and consider the many contributions and achievements of black people within our communities.Planning application for Fenwick Place submitted to Lambeth Council
We have submitted a planning application to Lambeth’s Planning Department for Fenwick Place. The application provides 27 new high-quality homes 50% of which will be affordable homes.Homes for Lambeth recruits first summer interns from Lambeth
In July 2020, Homes for Lambeth recruited for its first summer internship programme. The focus of this programme was to provide opportunities to residents...Knights Walk Site Visit
Last week, we welcomed Councillor Matthew Bennett, Lambeth’s Lead on Planning, Investment & New Homes; Wendy Stokes, Chair of Homes for Lambeth Living Board; and local ward member, Councillor Jon Davies to Knights WalkHomes for Lambeth accredited by Mayor of London’s Good Work Standard
The Mayor of London’s Good Work Standard has accredited Homes for Lambeth, highlighting Homes for Lambeth’s commitment to a diverse, fair and inclusive workplace.Residents on Westbury choose their new kitchens
Homes for Lambeth is building 64 new affordable homes at Westbury Estate, in the north of the borough near Wandsworth Road which are prioritised for Westbury Estate residents. These new homes form part of phase one of Homes for Lambeth's...Richard Reynolds decides “now is the right time” as he steps down as Chair of Homes for Lambeth
Following the agreement of its Business Plan by Lambeth council earlier this year, Richard Reynolds, Chair of the HFL Group, has announced that now is the right time for him to step aside and allow fresh leadership to take Homes...Meet Jeannette Brooks, Resident Engagement and Communications Manager
Over the coming weeks, we will be conducting several short interviews with members of the Homes for Lambeth team. Today Jeannette takes the stage.
We are proposing to build 36 new homes at the corner of Wooton Street and Greet Street, opposite the proposed new entrance to Waterloo East Station. The proposals will provide 50% of the much-needed new homes will be affordable, 70%...Denby Court
We are proposing to build 144 new homes on a site just to the east of Lambeth Walk. The proposals include 50% affordable homes, 70% of which will be at council level rent with the remaining 30% at shared ownership...Carmelita & Orsett St
Carmelita Community Centre and Orsett Street are both located within Vauxhall. We are proposing to redevelop both sites. The first site, containing the Carmelita Community Centre, will re-provide the community centre and provide 29 much-needed affordable homes. The second site......Trinity Rise
Trinity Rise is located next Brockwell Park and backs onto Cressingham Gardens Estate. We are proposing to build 20 much needed new homes on Trinity Rise within the Cressingham Gardens Estate. All of these new homes will be affordable, 70%...Angell Town
Angell Town is located between Loughborough Junction and Brixton. We are proposing to build 17 much-needed new homes on the site of the old Boiler House building.Fenwick Place
Fenwick Estate was built in the 1960s and is situated next to Clapham North Station. We are proposing to build 27 new homes on Fenwick Place 50% of the new homes will be affordable, of which 70% will be at...Roman Rise
Homes for Lambeth have submitted a detailed planning application to build 31 new homes on the land between Roman Rise and Oakwood Drive. All of the new homes will be affordable housing, 70% of which will be council level rent...Patmos Lodge
In April 2020, we submitted a detailed planning application for new homes on the former Patmos Lodge Care Home site which has been vacant for a number of years. The proposed development will deliver an additional 31 new homes of which...Hydethorpe Road
In April 2020, we submitted a detailed planning application on a former ballcourt site on Hydethorpe Road. The proposed development will deliver an additional 14 new homes, including 6 new affordable homes.South Lambeth
South Lambeth estate is located between Stockwell and Oval tube stations. It was originally built in the 1960s, with the Corbusier-inspired Wimborne House rising over the rest of the estate.