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The problems themselves are clear to all – but what ties them all together, and why does it seem so inevitable and impossible for those problems to be fixed? Continue reading May 5 Elections: Will Anything Change?
‘Planning Lawlessness’ as Camden Fails to Investigate Hundreds of Illegal Alterations to Historic Buildings
Round-the-clock work by planners and conservationists in Bloomsbury is at risk of becoming a farce as the BCAAC’s recent enforcement surveys indicate the majority of buildings in Bloomsbury have been illegally altered over the past ten years. Continue reading ‘Planning Lawlessness’ as Camden Fails to Investigate Hundreds of Illegal Alterations to Historic Buildings
Over the course of three months Camden’s planning department has breached the local authority’s constitution three times, illegally approving planning applications without the mandatory scrutiny of elected councillors. Continue reading Camden Breaches its Constitution for Third Time in Three Months
For the first time since the extinction of the dinosaurs the national public body charged with protecting our historic environment has objected to a planning application in Camden. Continue reading Historic England pull their Finger out for Selkirk House
The enormous redevelopment scheme at 330 Gray’s Inn Road is the latest inappropriate planning application to have been rubber stamped by Camden’s Rubber Stamp Committee. Continue reading 330 Gray’s Inn Road Tower Rubber Stamped
Camden’s public engagement is a total farce. What can be done to take back control? Continue reading Camden’s ‘Public Engagement’ is a Total Farce
Love them or hate them, it is looking increasingly likely that the Conservatives will be the only party to mount a convincing challenge to the Labour ignorocracy in 2022. Continue reading The Conservatives are Likely Bloomsbury’s only Hope in 2022
Camden has been approving the majority of planning applications without even reading them fully, due to unprecedented planning demand. Continue reading Camden ‘Blindly Approving’ the Majority of Planning Applications, with Delays of Months and Years
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