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With the lifting of lockdown, customers have returned to London’s commercial centres in surprising numbers, with Oxford Street looking just as packed as usual on the very first Monday of restrictions easing. Not wanting to miss out on grabbing a bargain, it seems some of Veolia’s sweepers forwent their sweeping duties to spend Monday morning … Continue reading Veolia Sweepers Found Shopping for TVs
In response to popular demand I have this week been working on a news site for the three South Camden Wards. Continue reading South Camden News Site in the Pipeline
In an horrific act of urban vandalism, the former Royal Free Hospital on Gray’s Inn Road has been almost entirely demolished, as part of an application granted by Camden Council last year. Continue reading Beautiful Victorian Hospital Destroyed
High Court judgment means Camden is likely illegally discriminating against the elderly and disabled in Bloomsbury. But Camden have ignored the ruling, and now further legal action is being pursued against them. Continue reading UTAG in Court Case Against Camden Council
Developers are trying to push through a huge tower in Bloomsbury visible from all throughout London. And Camden’s incredibly poor record on consultation has led developer LabTech to shun all efforts at local engagement. Continue reading Selkirk House / Travelodge Development: A Battle Looms
Conservation, community, news, tech… how can all these things be made into something useful and influential? I argue that a grassroots ‘Camden Voice’ could be the way forward. Continue reading Making a Difference: A ‘Camden Voice’?
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