One of the more notable buildings in this area is Lambeth Palace which is the Archbishop of Canterbury’s official London home. His official library is also a public library and is located in the Palace. Many achives are kept here to do with the Archbishop of Canterbury and other church bodies. These date back to the 12th Century and make up part of the over 120,000 books kept there. The oldest part of the Palace dates back to the 13th Century and throughout the years many parts have been changed and added.

London borough of Lambeth

http://lambeth.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/building-conservation/conservation-area-profiles-guide

The above link takes you to the Lambeth conservation area page. Here you are able to search whether your home is in a conservation area. The streets and areas are all written in a list and by clicking on one, it gives you more information, such as when it was designated, if it has been extended and general information about the conservation area. There are also some links at the bottom which include the appraisal, map and reports.

To contact someone in your borough for more information you can either,

Email: planning@lambeth.gov.uk

Phone: 020 7926 1180 for the planning council

Phone: 020 7926 1000, the general number for Lambeth council

Or visit: http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/ which is the Lambeth council home page

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Our surveyor would be delighted to explain our range of services in more detail to you during a no-obligation survey of your windows.