The Bloomsbury Association has a new and improved website, built by Owen Ward from Save Bloomsbury, also a member of BRAG and the BCAAC. More than 100 posts from the BA's previous websites have been migrated to this site, dating back to 2003. Owen has also designed a new logo for the BA, based on … Continue reading BA Gets New Website
Backdated from previous BA website This long awaited web site has arrived and makes an excellent read. http://www.bloomsburylives.co.uk/ The core role of the BCAAC is to sift through planning applications for the conservation area and make comments. Although the committee is named for Bloomsbury we also cover the Covent Garden, Grays Inn, Fitzrovia and Charlotte … Continue reading Bloomsbury Conservation Areas Advisory Committee
Backdated from previous BA website We are currently actively engaging with neighbours prior to deciding on our area boundary for submission to Camden Council. If you wish to participate in this discussion please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org We hope to be in a position to submit our proposals to Camden Council in the early … Continue reading Bloomsbury Neighbourhood Forum – Latest Information
Backdated from previous BA website At a meeting of The Bloomsbury Neighbourhood Forum on 27th Feb 2013 an Interim Management Committee was elected. The Management Committee will formulate a draft Constitution and carry out a Consultation in order to set the preferred and proposed Designated Boundary for The Forum. The draft constitution and draft designated … Continue reading Bloomsbury Neighbourhood Forum. 27th February 2013
Backdated from previous BA website Camden Council are holding a development management forum where you can listen to proposals to redevelop buildings in Bloomsbury before a planning application is submitted. The locations of the buildings under discussion are: 251-258 Tottenham Court Road, 1 Bedford Avenue, 15 Morwell Street and 24-25 Bloomsbury Square, WC1. The public … Continue reading Public meeting about proposals to redevelop buildings in Bloomsbury
Backdated from previous BA website Camden Council is committed to reducing road casualties in the borough and creating more pleasant neighbourhoods for everyone. We believe that a borough-wide 20 mph speed limit will reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on Camden???s roads. We would like to know your views. To learn more … Continue reading How would you feel about a borough-wide 20 mph speed limit in Camden?
Backdated from previous BA website Public Consultation re Centre Point. Find out about proposals to develop Centre Point (including the tower, bridge link, Centre Point House and the Intrepid Fox public house) at a public meeting.Date: Monday 11 February 2013Time: 6.15 â 8.30pmWhere: CBI Conference Centre, Centre Point, 103 New Oxford Street, WC1A 1DU.At this … Continue reading Public Consultation – Centre Point – 11th Feb CBI Centre Point
Backdated from previous BA website Members will be notified by email of a meeting scheduled for 27 February 2013. If you wish to attend this meeting please email us at: email@example.com AGENDA:Agree the name of the proposed Neighbourhood Forum and Designated Area: Map the proposed Designated Area (3 options will be considered). Adopt the Bloomsbury … Continue reading Bloomsbury Neighbourhood Forum – Update
Backdated from previous BA website The BA has responded to Camdens Consultation on the Late Night Levy and EMRO's. To see this document please navigate to: http://www.casweb.org/bloomsburyassociation/file-storage/view/late_night_levy,_emro%27s/BA%20Response You may also respond directly to Camden if you wish: Email: Tony.Hawkes@camden.gov.uk Date: 21st December 2012Our reference:Contact: Tony Hawkes Dear Sir or Madam Alcohol LicensingLate Night Levy and Early Morning … Continue reading Late Night Levy & EMRO’s Consultation, Camden. BA Response
Backdated from previous BA website Voluntary Action Camden is hosting a FREE training workshop for Camden residents and groups who want a better understanding of neighbourhood planning. Planning Aid for London will help you negotiate the planning system, understand how development in London works and explore what neighbourhood planning can do for you. The workshop … Continue reading Neighbourhood Planning: Is it good for our neighbourhood?