Casework: Ethio Stores

We raised concerns that the area outside Ethio Stores on Judd Street is overly cluttered and detracts from the Conservation Area, Queen Alexandra Mansions, and also attracts litter and graffiti.

The street clutter violates the local planning policy and Camden have the powers to order removal.

However we prefer to try and communicate before taking legislative action.

We aim to get these inappropriate items of street clutter removed, and the area cleaned up.

ENTRY 1: July 2019

ENTRY 2: September 2019

After communication between us, Ethio Stores, Fraser Valdez and Dean Hall from Camden Council, they agreed to have the green box destroyed and removed, and proceeded to clean the area.

Certainly tidier and we are in the process of liaising with Camden, QAM and Ethio Stores to tidy up the rest. The Dolphin’s advertisement requires removal also under local planning law.

Published by owardkx

I am a resident of Queen Alexandra Mansions, in Bloomsbury. I am also a committee member of Bloomsbury Residents' Action Group and of the Bloomsbury Conservation Areas Advisory Committee, each working to protect residents and heritage in Bloomsbury.

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