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Local List

The local list provides an opportunity for people who live, work and visit Camden to work with the council to identify the valued and distinctive elements of the local area. A local list is a collection of the features of Camden's local areas that are valued by the local community and that help give Camden its distinctive iden...
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Posted 4 Jul 2012

Camden Plan

The Camden Plan is the new five-year vision for Camden. It's your money - tell the council what you want them to do with it.  No point in doing nothing now and then complaining when it's too late. We want to make Camden a better borough - a place where everyone has a chance to succeed and where nobo...
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Posted 4 Jul 2012

Bye Bye Roundabout?

Camden are considering proposals to remove the Brunswick roundabout and create new public space.  They're like to know what you think and what your ideas are for the new space. They've come up with a few ideas to improve the area for pedestrians and cyclist but they're VERY keen to know what you'd like and what your ideas are....
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Posted 2 Jul 2012

Fighting Fraud

Every year the British public loses billions of pounds to 'scammers', who bombard people with online, mail, door-to-door and telephone scams. Officers within the Metropolitan Police Service's Specialist and Economic Crime Directorate have produced a comprehensive fraud prevention booklet entitled, 'The Little Book of Big...
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Posted 15 Jun 2012

Neighbourhood Link

Neighbourhood Link is a community messaging service from the Metropolitan Police Service that provides news and information about policing activity or initiatives, crime prevention advice as well as major incidents affecting our area. Through this service you can receive messages from your local Safer Neighbourhood Team, boroug...
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Posted 13 Jun 2012

Great Ormond Street area - proposed pedestrian & cycling improvements

Camden is seeking your views on the Council's proposal to implement improved crossing points for pedestrians on Queen Square and Great Ormond Street, and to improve the contraflow cycling facility on Lambs Conduit Street. Queen Square and Great Ormond Street are home to the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and G...
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Posted 26 May 2012


20mph Area Proposed 20mph speed limit & improvements CAMDEN are seeking your views on the Council's proposal to change the speed limit in our area from 30mph to 20mph. This would apply to all streets between Euston Road, Woburn Place / Southampton Row, Theobalds Road and Grays Inn Road, highlighted on the map. A large number o...
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Posted 15 May 2012

Do You Like Fun and Mud?

Spot the Group Scout Leader (our own Cllr Julian Fulbrook) in his regulation Tilley canoe hat at the recent Holborn Scout camp at Walton Firs, where 115 campers from the Scout Group based at Coram's Fields had a wet, muddy, but very happy time. As well as a weekly programme of activities at Coram's Fields for the girls and b...
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Posted 10 May 2012

Police Advice

Police Advice to iPhone and iPad Owners after stolen phone recovered Local officers are repeating their request to users of mobile Apple devices to install and activate the free Find My iPhone App after recovering a stolen iPhone following a robbery in N10 last night, Thursday 15 March. Officers from Haringey's Robbery Qcars a...
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Posted 20 Mar 2012

Camden is Islington?

By the time of the next general election in 2015, the constituency map of Camden will have been almost wholly redrawn. Government proposals to cut the number of Commons seats from 650 to 600 and reshape the majority of constituencies are now well advanced. But the plans are highly controversial. With over 40,000 responses t...
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Posted 6 Mar 2012