Kentish Town Baths

This update from Philip Thompson, Save Kentish Town Baths (and ward councillor) ??Dear friend,?? ??I’m glad to be able to bring you the latest information about Kentish Town Baths. It’s been well over a year now since we started campaigning to save the Baths in autumn 2005 and now finally the repair and renovation works… Read more »

Meeting in February 2007

John Nicholson from Raglan Street has been attending the Kentish Town Safer Neighbourhoods meetings for IARA and has raised some interesting issues about local priorities, available in his “full report”:/news/police-liaison-safer-neighbourhoods-update. We will put the issue on the agenda for the next IARA meeting (probably in February). Any other subjects people want to have raised at… Read more »

Police liaison update

John Nicholson from Raglan Street has been attending the Kentish Town Safer Neighbourhoods meetings for IARA and this is his recent report: ??I attended the first meeting of the safer neighbourhoods for Kentish Town last week, as did Dominic and one other person I recognised called John who put himself forward as Chair.?? ??The question… Read more »

Gardening and Green Group

The Gardening and Green Group has met twice. We have surveyed the area and agreed we will concentrate on the area on Raglan Street where members have planted and maintained the raised beds there for some years. It is very hard to keep them watered and this has involved heroic work by a small number… Read more »

New zebra crossing

Camden propose another Zebra crossing half way down Castlehaven Road just North of Castle road raised so that it also a speed table. This is outside our immediate area but may be of interest to us. Any views?

Street lighting policy

Camden is consulting residents on a proposed street lighting policy manual. Principles The six key design principles are shared with those of Camden’s Streetscape Design Manual. They are: # Respecting and enhancing the local streetscape. # Using a simple palette of quality materials. # Maintaining consistently high standards of design. # Reducing the amount of… Read more »