Lambeth leader steps down to run anti-violence unit

By Heather Jameson | 14 January 2019

Lambeth LBC leader Lib peck has announced she will be stepping down to take on a new role at the Greater London Authority.

Cllr Peck, who has led the authority for six years, is to lead the new Violence Reduction Unit at the GLA. She was appointed after Lambeth became the first English authority to create a public health to violence, following a model developed in Glasgow.

Cllr Peck said Lambeth was a fantastic borough with inspirational communities, and it had been a privilege to lead it.

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