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Opinion: Camden needs the motivation and activism of Bloomsbury’s residents to perform public duties properly. But dependence upon overdevelopment is destroying the trust of Bloomsbury’s communities. People here care deeply about their homes, their communities, and the preservation of the … Continue reading Camden Needs Your Help
Last chance to object to the Belgrove House Monstrosity. Official consultation closes on the 9th October 2020. Continue reading Belgrove House: Put in your Objections
Royal National Throat, Nose, and Ear Hospital set for comprehensive redevelopment. Online Q&A to be held on Tuesday 25th August 2020. Continue reading Major Redevelopment on Gray’s Inn Road
Radical planning reforms proposed today would see Section 106 and Community Infrastructure Levy replaced with a single levy, the ‘Infrastructure Levy’. Continue reading Breaking: Section 106 to be Abolished
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.
Documents released as part of a 136-page FOI response suggest Belgrove House is on course for rejection. Continue reading Inside Information: Belgrove House
Work to ensure that redevelopment of Belgrove House respects the heritage of the area has taken a new turn as it is discovered that Camden made a significant error in their assessment of the site’s historic interest. Camden are required … Continue reading Camden make Significant Error in Belgrove House Assessment
The street environment of Bloomsbury is uncared for and needs proper protection.
The CNJ have begun investigating Camden’s Section 106 empire, beginning with the scandal surrounding affordable housing payments. Continue reading CNJ open Investigation into Camden’s Section 106 Empire
Camden and TfL have begun public consultation. But what’s the point in removing ‘dockless’ from ‘dockless bicycle’? Continue reading Camden to Implement Docking Stations for Dockless Bicycles
Camden Council is plagued by incompetence and its political leadership is ignorant of local issues.
Once thought to be eradicated, a new case of Dossing Sweeper Disease (DSD) has been diagnosed in the Flaxman Terrace area. Continue reading New Case of Dossing Sweeper Disease
Camden and the GLA prove their total obliviousness to the importance of heritage in today’s decision to approve the demolition of much of the historic Royal Free Hospital on Gray’s Inn Road. Continue reading Historic Hospital Demolition Approved
Filthiness in Camden stems not from budget cuts or litter louts but from a widespread culture of laziness, apathy, and a willingness to accept anything as ‘inevitable’. Continue reading Camden’s Filth is Symptomatic of Wider Dysfunction
A London-wide bylaw is set to be introduced to control dockless bicycles. Continue reading Dockless Bicycles: Consultation Upcoming
The heritage of Bloomsbury is internationally significant, but Camden’s planning and funding strategy is slowly eroding it.
Monstrosity proposed at Belgrove House, King’s Cross St Pancras. We need your help to ensure that it is defeated. Continue reading Monstrosity Proposed on Euston Road
Bloomsbury has outgrown the status of Conservation Area, and requires something new to properly protect its heritage. ‘A conservation area is an area of special historic or architectural interest, the appearance or character of which it is desirable to preserve … Continue reading Bloomsbury’s Heritage is At Risk
UCL have been working on an online application to map information about the buildings of London. Continue reading UCL Launches Excellent Mapping Resource
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