Weir Estate Walkabout

Chuka visited Weir Estate to talk to the local Residents Association about developments on the site and to coordinate with Lambeth Council services on work that needed to be done to maintain the green space. Continue reading

Labour returned with huge majority to Lambeth Council

Chuka welcomed the return of a Labour majority on Lambeth Council in the 2018 local elections as a huge mandate for the Council's record and plan for the borough. Continue reading

Sunnyhill Primary School Council

Chuka visited Sunnyhill Primary School's School Council to present them with an award from the Speaker of the House of Commons for their amazing fundraising work. Continue reading

Lambeth Academy Visit

Chuka visited Lambeth Academy to answer questions from GCSE and A level students about issues such as Windrush, Grenfell, and Brexit. Continue reading

Thames Water Meeting

Chuka met with representatives from Thames Water with local Councillors following the Water Crisis in Lambeth that left many residents without water for many days. Continue reading

Richard Atkins "School and Family Works" Project

Chuka visited Richard Atkins Primary School to learn about their School and Family Works project designed to target children who are falling behind academically. Continue reading

Notre Dame Estate Walkabout

Chuka visited Notre Dame Estate in Clapham to talk to local residents about issues on the estate, and to make sure they were getting the help to tackle them. He was also taken on a tour of the area including the brand new sports ground for local children. Continue reading

Welcoming Tesco Chairman to Streatham

Chuka welcomed John Allan, Chairman of Tesco, to the Streatham store to talk about business in Streatham. Continue reading

Immanuel and St Andrew's Primary School Visit

Chuka visited Immanuel and St Andrews Primary School to talk to students about why helping the community matters and about his job as an MP. Continue reading

SLaM Mental Health staff meeting

Chuka held a meeting with South London and Maudsley (SLaM) Mental Health staff in Streatham for a meeting to discuss their concerns about frontline community provision, staff retention, funding and other issues. Continue reading