Neighbourhood Planning: Is it good for our neighbourhood?

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?

Fitzrovia Area Action Plan – CONSULTATION – Including part of Bloomsbury

Backdated from previous BA website Camden are consulting on a draft plan for an area between Euston Road, Cleveland Street/ Charlotte Street, New Oxford Street and Gower Street. The plan covers the part of Fitzrovia that lies within the Camden, and includes part of Bloomsbury to the east of Tottenham Court Road. The plan is … Continue reading Fitzrovia Area Action Plan – CONSULTATION – Including part of Bloomsbury

St Giles Hotel Proposes to ‘Dig Deep’ – New Spin on ‘Intensification’

Backdated from previous BA website A planning application lodged by The St Giles Hotel is imaginative to say the least - but is it acceptable? Images of war ravaged Londoners in subterranean bunkers spring to mind! In times of war, threatened by uninvited guests, Londoners slept underground for their safety. In times of peace, Londoners … Continue reading St Giles Hotel Proposes to ‘Dig Deep’ – New Spin on ‘Intensification’

The NEW Camden Plan

Backdated from previous BA website From: Hayward, Sarah (Councillor) [mailto:Sarah.Hayward@camden.gov.uk] Sent: 21 May 2012 10:25 Subject: Camden Plan Importance: High Hello, In my new position as Leader of the Council, I am pleased to share with you the council???s new Camden Plan. Dear All, Please see the communication from the new Leader of Camden Council … Continue reading The NEW Camden Plan

Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act – Changes in Policing

Backdated from previous BA website What is the MOPC? The Mayor???s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPC) was set up on 16 January 2012 in response to the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act (2011), which reforms the accountability of police services and replaces police authorities across England and Wales with elected individuals. How is … Continue reading Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act – Changes in Policing

Pro-Choice Protest. 7pm, Friday 30 March, Bedford Square

Backdated from previous BA website If you object to the tactics being used by the '40 Days for Life' group who are targeting vulnerable women who are seeking advice from BPAS in Bedford Square you might like to attend a counter-protest in Bedford Square on Friday evening between 7pm and 8.30pm. This is being organised … Continue reading Pro-Choice Protest. 7pm, Friday 30 March, Bedford Square

The Peoples Supermarket Saved? – Lambs Conduit Street

Backdated from previous BA website Sixty-four members of the supermarket turned up at the council meeting on Monday; Paul Aiken, formerly a graphic designer, now personal assistant to Kate Bull, who runs the show, says: "In the chamber, the Labour party were sitting together, and offered no word of support until the end. The Greens … Continue reading The Peoples Supermarket Saved? – Lambs Conduit Street

Bloomsbury Welcomes Le Cordon Bleu London to Bloomsbury Square

Backdated from previous BA website The fabulous new Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts College opened at 15 Bloomsbury Square this week. We congratulate Le Cordon Bleu on the quality of design that has gone into this new International Flagship School of Culinary Arts and UK Headquarters. http://www.lcblondon.com Le Cordon Bleu offers the most recognised and … Continue reading Bloomsbury Welcomes Le Cordon Bleu London to Bloomsbury Square