It was owned by the Trinity Mirror group (as two newspapers – the Streatham, Clapham & West Norwood Post and a sub-edition, the Crystal Palace Post) up until August 2007, when they agreed to sell 27 titles in the South East of England to Tindle Newspapers.
It went through a couple of name changes after that. First, the sub-edition was absorbed into the main newspaper and West Norwood dropped in favour of Crystal Palace, at least for the e-edition. Then, in March 2011, it was relaunched under the title above and its distribution area expanded northwards to cover the entire Borough of Lambeth.
It had no website of its own; the link below is to Tindle Newspapers’ main paid-for title for the area, the twice-weekly South London Press, whose editorial offices in Streatham the Post also shared.
It came out on Thursdays, with an e-edition also available via the website.
It ceased publication in July 2013 to enable South London Press to concentrate on developing its paid-for, hyperlocal portfolio.