What we hope is the final draft of the neighbourhood plan is now available for distribution.
The Camley Street Neighbourhood Development Plan
If you live or work within the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum Area you will soon be recieving a leaflet informing you about this but please take the opportunity to read through it now.
Camden Council is considering improving pedestrian and cycling facilities in our neighbourhood and is consulting residents and businesses about how best to deliver that objective.
A large part of Camden Council is moving this summer into a new building at 5 Pancras Square, King’s Cross. Apart from Council offices, the new building will also house a leisure centre and library, both of which will be available to the public. This building together with other developments in the vicinity are expected to attract a high volume of employees and visitors.
We want to improve the area for pedestrians, cyclists and those using public transport who will travel to and from the new buildings at Kings Cross. Improvements will also benefit those accessing St Pancras International Station, National Rail and London underground stations at Kings Cross.
Camden Council have published details of their initial proposals on WeAreCamden where you can find details and plan drawings of the proposed changes.
Send your responses to the below address by 29 August 2014 to:
London Borough of Camden,
Culture and Environment Directorate,
Transport Strategy Service,
5 Pancras Square