To remind established residents and to introduce us to new residents…
The Inkerman Area Residents Association (IARA) is our local residents’ association. We cover the area bounded to the east by Kentish Town Road, to the south by Prince of Wales Road and to the west and north by the railway lines.
That’s about 10 streets. Prince of Wales, Anglers Lane, Alma, Cathcart, Raglan, Inkerman, Willes, Grafton, Ryland, Holmes and then tiny Perren St and Athlone St.
We started about 40 years ago. We are all volunteers. Anyone who lives here is automatically a member, and you can be involved in the association by coming to meetings and/or joining our ever-growing e-mail group, of over 300 residents, the main way we consult on local issues as they arise (e mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org to join the group).
This year, 2021, with lockdown etc we have created a WhatsApp group which now has 111 members and is very lively. Just email us with your name, address and phone number to join. We now also have three specialist WhatsApp groups for Local History, Trees and Birds. (more…)
This is the website of the Inkerman Area Residents Association. See above for information about the Association.
See also the articles reporting local events as well as links to other information about the area.
If you are interested in the history of the area, click on Local History in the column on the right for a series of maps through the years showing how the area was built up on fields.
In Local history there is also a link to the excellent Conservation Area Statement which has a description of all the streets and buildings in the Conservation Area which cover much of The Inkerman Area.
Any comments or suggestions: email@example.com
We have put out a call on the WhatsApp group for anyone interested in green issues and practical projects to come together to make plans. (This is in addition to the Tree and Gardening WhatsApp group which coordinates the watering of the new trees and occasionally discusses other gardening issues.) Solar panels: One subject the… Read more »
Thanks to the initiative of Dilip of Alma St in suggesting a Queens Jubilee event, quite a band of helpers developed. We closed the end of Inkerman Road, which made an ideal area for a gathering and for the kids to tear about – which certainly did. At a guess there were about 35 or… Read more »
Just to remind you – this Sunday, 5 June, there will be an event to celebrate the Queens Jubilee. It will be held on the top part of Inkerman Road – the cul de sac. Starting to set up around 1pm . Clear up by 5pm. Cars will be cleared to make space. Come and… Read more »
Those of you who haven’t already heard will be pleased to know that in the light of the massive opposition to their planning application for the area between Highgate Road and the railway lines, Murphy’s have withdrawn their planning application. The hope is that now they will work with local community organisations to design something that… Read more »
Dear members Sadly, Covid is again (or still) around in our community. If you are affected and need any help (shopping, collecting prescriptions, just a chat …) please let us know. There are friends and neighbours willing to help. ———————————————————————————- Our councillors’ views about the Murphy’s Yard proposals For anyone new to these emails,… Read more »
Here is the message from Karl Brierley, Principal Transport Planner at Camden Council. We hope this will resolve some of the teething problems of the new traffic schemes, and we have asked for the signage issue to be treated as urgent. “Thank you for your follow up and patience in awaiting my response. Your email… Read more »