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Opinion: Camden’s cabinet use ignorance as a powerful tool to suppress and undermine political opposition at its roots. In observing local affairs in Camden, one is frequently astonished by the astronomical levels of ignorance shown by Camden’s ruling cabinet. It … Continue reading The Politics of Ignorance
A great deal of the woes of living in Camden can be traced directly to Adam Harrison. Is he not the local equivalent of Chris Grayling? Continue reading Adam Harrison: Camden’s Chris Grayling?
One of Camden’s redeeming features is that it is completely open about how absurdly sh*t it is. Continue reading You can get any Information you like from Camden
The ongoing controversies surrounding Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) and road closures under cover of COVID have exposed the true extent of Camden’s ‘local tyranny’, but also its utter incompetence. Only the Camden’s arrogance can be blamed for the spectacular failure of its schemes. Continue reading COVID and LTN Sagas have Exposed True Extent of Camden’s ‘Local Tyranny’
Noise nuisance from Camden property became so severe I was unable to use half of my flat for over a year. But Camden’s officers and councillors undermined and ignored complaints for over three years, and find ‘no service failings’. Continue reading Camden Takes 3 Years to Resolve Noise Nuisance
Opinion: The Outernet planning decision reaffirms that Camden’s special relationship with major development companies has crossed the line. Continue reading Long Read: Camden and Developers too Close for Comfort
Interviews with senior Camden councillors has settled the Members Briefing Panel Controversy. Part 4 of a 4 part series, featured in the Planning in London magazine. Continue reading Inside Information: The Briefing Panel
We value the walls of our city – the vertical aspects of its historic architecture. But what of the floor of our city, the streets between our buildings? Continue reading A Forgotten Part of London’s Heritage
Freedom of Information response reveals less than half of Bloomsbury’s nine councillors live anywhere near Bloomsbury. Continue reading How can our Local Politicians Represent us if they aren’t Local?
Development proposals opposite King’s Cross St Pancras are deemed to be unacceptable by amenity societies and community groups.
The street environment of Bloomsbury is uncared for and needs proper protection.
Investigating Camden’s activities in Bloomsbury, and reporting on its successes and failures.
The heritage of Bloomsbury is internationally significant, but Camden’s planning and funding strategy is slowly eroding it.
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