Transport for London is proposing significant changes to bus routes around London.
Some of those bus routes affect Camden. These include:
- 16, 24 and 31 routes to be scrapped completely
- 88, 205 and 214 to have major changes to replace the 24
- 98 to be changed so it finishes at Victoria instead of the British Museum
- 113 and 189 to be changed to replace the 31
- Night buses will also be affected
If you are affected by these changes, please click on the link and have your say.
A message from Camden Council:
In Camden it remains an unacceptable truth that men and women born in the most affluent areas live 18 and 19 longer years longer in a healthy state than their counterparts in the most deprived areas. Together, we seek to reverse these inequalities and make Camden the very best place to start well, live well and age well.
Camden’s draft Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2021-30 six-week consultation opens on 1st November and will close on 13th December. We want to hear your views on our proposed approach to improve health and wellbeing. Whether you live, work or receive care in the borough, we want your voice to be at the heart of the new strategy.
To find out more and to share your views, please visit the consultation website:
Share Your Views On Joint Health And Wellbeing Strategy 2021-2030 – Commonplace
Please also promote the consultation with your communities and networks by sharing the website and this consultation leaflet.
If you have any questions or would like accessible versions of the strategy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 974 5827.
So if you want to have your say, please respond by 13 December 2021.
The consultation ends on 13 October, so get your comments in now if this affects you.
Camden Council are looking to change parking fees and parking permits.
If you would like to comment, go this page on the Council’s website:
Camden Council has a consultation open at the moment regarding the future direction of licensing for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO). An HMO is a shared home, including house & flat shares, student homes, bedsits and some buildings converted into flats.
The Council has an existing licensing scheme for private landlords, and the aim is to improve the quality of homes in private rental. The existing scheme finishes in December 2020, and the Council wants feedback before starting a new system (or extending the existing system).
If you want to have your say, there isn’t much time left!
Reply to www.camden.gov.uk/hmoconsult by Sunday 08 March .