Elizabeth Line (aka Crossrail) is finally opening!
From the Council:
In order to inform our work on the Euston Area Plan (EAP) we are seeking your views on the following topics at the Euston Engagement Hub:
- Health & Well-being and Social Infrastructure – We want to hear your views on the information we have collated on this important cross-cutting topic.
- Call for Sites – Help us to identify sites within the EAP boundary which may have potential for development.
- Capturing Social Value at Euston – Camden has been working with the Euston Partnership organisations to develop a Social Value Charter for development at Euston. We want to hear your views on the work so far.
- Good Life Euston – Share your thoughts on the Good Life model for Euston.
We are inviting comments until 5th January 2022. If you would like to discuss any of the topics further you can contact the team at email@example.com or on 020 7974 2726.
With best wishes,
The Euston team
The following works are coming up in Euston, as given by HS2:
Demolition works to One Euston Square and Grant Thornton House Buildings, ongoing until July 2022
We completed a trial closure of access between Euston station piazza and western colonnade (where Sainsbury’s and Café Nero are) in September 2021. This has allowed us to determine if pedestrian movement through the station and the surrounding areas is acceptable. From mid-December 2021 we will permanently close this external route and put an alternative pedestrian route in place via the station and we’ll be constructing a step free access within the same area.
Ongoing works at the former National Temperance Hospital site
This is a reminder and update regarding ongoing works at the above location. From December 2021 we will be undertake enabling works to remove the remaining ground obstructions in the Northern compound. This includes the removal of basement retaining walls, pile caps, piles, and redundant petrol tanks. The current footpath and hoarding will need to be re-aligned. This work is expected to continue until late 2022.
Please follow the link to view or download a copy of above works notification
Weekend trial hole survey on Hampstead Road – 4 to 5 December
- The trial hole located in front of the access gate to SCS worksite on Hampstead Road.
- Works need to be carried out during the weekend when the access is not required.
- Working hours: Saturday 8am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm.
- Further trial hole to follow from 6 to 17 December during regular working hours
Interim taxi rank construction
As we progress with our enabling works, we now expect the main construction works to begin from January 2022 and continue until late 2022.
We are committed to keeping you informed about the planning and delivery of the railway in your area with regular updates on progress.
- Visit your local community webpages to find information about HS2 works and developments in your area.
- Use our In your area map to search current and planned HS2 works, developments and opportunities in your area.
If you have a question about HS2 or our works, please contact our HS2 Helpdesk team on 08081 434 434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HS2 Community Engagement team
Little Amal is a three metre tall puppet, depicting a Syrian refugee, and since July she has been walking across Europe. The purpose is to raise awareness of the millions of refugees across the world. The last few days she has been in the UK, including in Camden.
While in London she visited a fair in Lewisham, St Paul’s Cathedral, Southbank, Somerset House, the Royal Opera House, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Trafalgar Square and had a birthday party at the Roundhouse.Continue reading “The Walk — Raising the profile of refugees”
Note: This is in BSL only, with no voiceover or captions.
Flooding in Camden – repairs service taking emergency calls only
You may be aware that there was flooding again in areas of Camden yesterday (Sunday 25 July).
Yesterday’s flooding was less severe than the flooding two weeks ago, but the repairs service are receiving a very high volume of calls for support related to water damage or other issues caused by the heavy rain, so we are currently only taking emergency calls.
If you need emergency repairs to your council home caused by flooding, call us on 020 7974 4444, option 3 then 1. We will get to everyone so please bear with us and stay on the line if you’re struggling to get through. If you or someone else is in immediate danger, call the emergency services on 999.
We are currently only taking emergency calls, so please only contact us by phone to report an emergency repair. If your repair is not an emergency, you can report it online as normal using your Camden Account.
Please be aware that if you report an emergency which isn’t an emergency, our repairs staff will not complete your job and you will need to book another appointment.
We have had to cancel some non-emergency repairs this week so that we can prioritise the people whose homes have been affected by the floods. If your repair has been delayed, we apologise for the inconvenience as we know that some tenants have been waiting a long time for non-essential repairs. We assure you we will get to your job as quickly as we can.
Thank you all for your patience.
Danny Waite, Head of Repairs and Operations
Scot Reid, Head of Property Customer Services and Engagement
A message from Camden Council:
If you haven’t yet had your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, there are pop-up vaccine events happening in Camden every day this week except for Sunday, many of which don’t require bookings in advance – see below for more info or visit camden.gov.uk/getting-the-vaccine.
If you haven’t had your first dose then please pop-along and get vaccinated – and why not invite unvaccinated friends and family members to join you? Unless stated otherwise, if you’re eligible for your second dose of the vaccine you’ll be able to get that too but you must have had the same vaccine for your first dose. Click here for more information.
You don’t need to be registered with a GP or have an NHS number to be vaccinated and we won’t ask for proof of ID, address or immigration status.
Alternatively, you can also book a vaccine appointment by calling 119 for free or visiting nhs.uk/coronavirusvaccine. Those not registered with a GP can complete the form at camden.gov.uk/form and anyone needing support to book an appointment can call us on 020 7974 4444 (option 9).
If you’re not free this week, we’ll be adding all local vaccine events to our website at camden.gov.uk/getting-the-vaccine
|Location||Date and time||Booking information||Vaccine type|
|Peckwater Centre, 6 Peckwater Street NW5 2UP||Wednesday 30 June, 9.30am – 12pm and 2pm-5.30pm||No booking needed – just turn up||Pfizer – 1st dose only|
|Royal Free Recreation Club, Fleet Road NW3 2QG||Wednesday 30 June 9.30am – 12pm; 2pm – 4pm and 6pm – 8pm||No booking needed – just turn up||Pfizer – 1st dose only|
|Student Central, University of London, Malet Street, WC1E 7HY||Thursday 1 July, 2-6pm||Book an appointment by clicking this linkIf you need support to book, call Camden Council on 020 7974 4444 (option 9)||Pfizer|
|Royal Free Recreation Club, Fleet Road NW3 2QG||Thursday 1 July 9.30am – 12pm; 2pm – 4pm and 6pm – 8pm||No booking needed – just turn up||Pfizer – 1st dose only|
|Royal Free Recreation Club, Fleet Road NW3 2QG||Friday 2 July 9.30am – 12pm||No booking needed – just turn up||Pfizer – 1st dose only|
|Peckwater Centre, 6 Peckwater Street NW5 2UP||Friday 2 July, 9.30am – 12pm and 2pm – 5.30pm||No booking needed – just turn up||Pfizer – 1st dose only|
|Queen’s Crescent Community Association car park, Queen’s Crescent, NW5 4QE||Friday 2 July, 3-7pm||Speak to Luthfur at Kentish Town Baitul Aman Mosque or call 020 7974 4444 (option 9)||Moderna|
|Car park outside Sidings Community Centre, Brassey Road, NW6 2BA||Saturday 3 July, 10am-2pm||Call 020 7974 4444 (option 9)||Moderna|
|Car park outside Sidings Community Centre, Brassey Road, NW6 2BA||Tuesday 6 July, 3-7pm||Call 020 7974 4444 (option 9)||Moderna|
|Kilburn Library, 12-22 Kilburn High Road, NW6 5UH||Thursday 8 July, 11am – 3pm||Book an appointment by clicking this linkIf you need support to book, call Camden Council on 020 7974 4444 (option 9)||Pfizer|