Neighbourhood Forum Redesignation


Dear Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum Supporter

As someone who has taken an interest in our aims and objectives for some time, we would like to ask for your help.

As you may be aware, our designation as the Neighbourhood Forum must be renewed every five years and the public consultation on our application for re-designation has been open on Camden’s website for some weeks and runs until Thursday 4 April.

You can help the Forum by sending a message to Camden saying that you support the application for re-designation. All that’s required is a short email message to saying something like “I support the Camley Street application for resignation” along with your name and postcode.

A sincere thank you from all of us if you can do this.

At the same time, work on the Neighbourhood Plan itself continues apace. Following the public consultation on the plan which ran from 28th November to 13th January this year, all the responses, comments and suggestions received are being fed into work on what we hope will be the final version. Our intention is that this will then be given a formal ‘health check’ by a specialist urban planning company before being submitted for final inspection by an independent arbiter and then a public referendum of all those on the electoral register within the Camley Street Forum Area.

And once again, a sincere ‘thank you’ if you can send that note of support to Camden before this Thursday.

Regards and thanks from
Peter, Alex (chair), John (Treasurer) and John (Secretary)

Final draft of the Camley Street Neighbourhood Plan

The final draft of the Camley Street neighbourhood plan is now complete and will be subject to a statutory consultation period beginning on Wednesday 28th November 2018 and ending on Sunday 13th January 2019. For details of how to view the plan, click Flyer for consultation. To respond to the plan, click 5665 Feedback form. To read the full plan itself, click Camley Street Neighbourhood Plan. To read three display boards giving an abbreviated summary of the plan, click Camley Street consultation banners.