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.
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.Lollard Street
Our Lollard St scheme is within the existing Ethelred estate in Kennington, located on the corner of Lollard St and Kennington Road, between the three ‘Point’ towers (Elkington, Brittany and Ward).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.Knights Walk
Knights Walk is part of the Cotton Gardens estate in Kennington, next to the famous dancing towers by George Finch.Westbury
The Westbury estate, located on Wandsworth Road near Wandsworth Road station, will be rebuilt to create a better place for existing and new residents.
As we all cope with the continued lockdown, our health and wellbeing under these extraordinary conditions has never been more vital.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...Hydethorpe Road
Homes for Lambeth have submitted a detailed planning application on a former ballcourt site on Hydethorpe Road. The proposed development will result in an additional 14 new homes, including 6 new affordable homes, which contribute to the Boroughs housing need....Patmos Lodge
Homes for Lambeth have 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...Online Yoga and residents phone drop-in
At Homes for Lambeth, we are changing the way we engage with residents to stay in touch, that's why we're delighted to announce our yoga classes and weekly phone drop-in sessions.Virtual College Launch
At Homes for Lambeth, our mission is to build thriving communities and better futures for our residents. That means offering wellbeing activities, providing training and promoting employability opportunities to our residents.Homes for Lambeth’s ambitious plan to tackle the borough’s housing crisis approved by the council
Homes for Lambeth’s three-year business plan has been approved by the leader of Lambeth Council, Councillor Jack Hopkins.Homes for Lambeth Business Plan 2020 - 2023
Today we have published our latest business plan, covering our detailed programme of work for the period 2020-23. The blueprint continues a programme of building homes for the people of Lambeth which, in the last year alone, we have started building...Progress towards the regeneration of Somerleyton Road marked
The latest step forward in the ambitious scheme to bring hundreds of new homes and a theatre to central Brixton has been marked with a ground-breaking ceremony at Somerleyton Road.Homes for Lambeth awarded Living Wage accreditation
Lambeth Council’s housebuilder Homes for Lambeth (HfL) has become a fully accredited Living Wage employer, pledging to pay all its staff a fair wage that reflects their efforts and the basic cost of living.