The Camden Safer Neighbourhood Board (www.camdenconnected.com) are having their Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 28 November, at 7:00 pm at the Foyle Suite in the British Library.
Anyone with an interest in community safety is encouraged to attend.
Transport for London (TfL) have identified Kentish Town Station & Kentish Town West Station as potential sites to go step free, thus making the stations accessible for all. But they need to bid for the money from the Department for Transport.
Camden Council fully support this, and want as many people as possible to contact TfL to say that they support the funding bid for Camden’s stations to get step free access.
If you would like to support the bid for step free access at the above stations, please just email the following officers at TfL, stating that you wish to support Camden’s funding bid for step free access. If you wish to add any additional sentiments or reasons for your support, you are welcome to do so. There is no other commitment or requirement on your part and you do not have to provide any personal details.
PoppyWindsor@tfl.gov.uk & email@example.com
Please also copy Josephine Allman [Head of Camden Accessible Travel Solutions] into your email Josephine.firstname.lastname@example.org .
The deadline is very tight and your support email is requested by Friday 2nd November 2018 at the latest.
The next Leaseholders’ Forum meeting is tonight at the Crowndale Centre, Mornington Crescent, at 7:00 pm.
If leaseholders have any specific issues, Council staff will be available to help from 5:30 pm until 7:00 pm.
The Agenda can be found here .
Having a disability can be very frustrating and isolating. So if you need support, it is important to make use of help that is available.
One dedicated group is Disability Rights UK.
‘We are disabled people leading change, working for equal participation for all.’— www.disabilityrightsuk.org
They help by providing support for independent living, support to get work and improve skills, and aim to influence public attitudes and behaviours.
Do you know how many street properties there are in Camden? More than six thousand!
As of July 2017, there were:
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