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Parking in CA-D

Parking in CA-D We presented a summary of our CA-D Parking Report at the H&CG Area Action Group meeting on 4th March. Camden say that need to balance the use of the limited kerb space in the borough. We imagine that it's to ensure a fair distribution amongst the various potential users - Residents, P&D, Traders, Doctors etc....
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Posted 7 Mar 2014

Camden FREE wifi

You can now access 30 minutes free wifi on the go as part of Camden’s new digital programme to make sure residents, businesses and visitors have access to the best mobile network experience. The service is available in streets and open spaces in ‘hot spots’ across the borough, including areas of Bloomsbury, Holborn and Hamps...
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Posted 12 Feb 2014

Running for Crisis

Camden's Housing Chief and Holborn & Covent Garden ward councillor Julian Fulbrook started his campaign for the 2014 London Marathon with a tough run over the hills and through floodwaters at the Watford Half Marathon. He is raising funds for Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people. 'With a third of all new h...
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Posted 10 Feb 2014

Looking Ahead

The connection and communication between residents and Camden Council is very important to Holborn Voice.  We belive that by working together we can make our area a better place to live and work. Holborn Voice asked Cllr Julian Fulbrook to give us a new year's message. Best wishes for the New Year to all readers of the Hol...
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Posted 3 Jan 2014

Crime Prevention Tips from Immobilise.com

The weeks leading up to Christmas are the biggest shopping weeks of the year. Stocking our homes with the latest electronic gadgets, computers, jewellery and must-have accessories is common-place, however it provides thieves with the perfect incentive to commit burglaries! These tips from Immobilise.com will help keep your...
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Posted 24 Dec 2013

Council Parking: Your Views Wanted

It's time for change! The Department for Transport has issued a consultation document on council parking. The proposals include:     •    a ban on the use of CCTV for parking enforcement,     •     whether there should be statutory 'grace' periods,     •    whether local communities and businesses should be given the rig...
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Posted 18 Dec 2013

Met launches Winter Nights campaign

As the capital gears up to host the seasonal influx of tourists, Christmas shoppers and celebratory events, the Metropolitan Police Service has launched a major operation with a whole range of tactics designed to cut crime and reassure the public. Under Operation Winter Nights, officers are out in force providing an increa...
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Posted 17 Dec 2013

Twenty is Plenty in Camden

From 16 December Camden will have a 20mph speed limit across the borough to improve road safety and create a calmer and more pleasant street environment. Slower speeds play a big part in reducing road collisions and casualties for all road users, with drivers having more time to react to avoid a collision, and if one occurs...
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Posted 16 Dec 2013

WINNER!

Congratulations to Lambs Conduit Street on winning ‘The Great Street Award’ in The Urbanism Awards 2014.  Accepting the award on behalf of Camden Council, our own ward councilor, gorgeous Sue Vincent, beamed with pride.  The other finalists in this category were North Street, Bristol and Park Lane / Poynton High Street, Poyn...
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Posted 8 Nov 2013

Get Your Stuff Back

If you are misfortunate enough to lose or have any personal items stolen, you are more likely to have them returned to you if you’ve registered them on the free www.imobilise.com database.  This is the site preferred by the police to enable them to check and return your lost or stolen property. It currently contains 27 million...
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Posted 1 Nov 2013