Livingstone support

The London Borough of Lambeth's bid to secure £22 million of lottery funding to regenerate Brixton town centre has earned the support of London mayor Ken Livingstone. On a tour of sites earmarked for redevelopment, Livingstone said that the bid would revitalise Brixton, making a difference for residents and visitors who come to the city for the 2012 Olympic Games. An announcement on the council's application to the Big Lottery Fund is expected in August.

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