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.
We started 34 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, the main way we consult on local issues as they arise (e mail us on email@example.com to join the group) (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.
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Present: Debby, Don, Anne, Harriet, Mary, Michele, Robert, Jeff Apologies: Belinda, Iris, Charles, Rosemary, Julia, Patricia, Diana 1. Planning, Traffic and the High StreetWest Kentish Town plans and Monmouth House Radio Masts. No news. We will look out for formal planning applications. Raglan House. Developers have bought the building and have been consulting residents who… Read more »
Dear Members 1. Notice of the Annual General Meeting 2019Monday 25 November 7pm upstairs at The Grafton, Prince of Wales Rd Come early to meet people – the bar upstairs will be open from 6.30. Please buy your drinks upstairs as we have to spend a minimum amount for the free use of the room (the first… Read more »
Eight of us ventured into West London to visit Pitzhanger – the country home of Sir John Soane. The house has been lovingly restored, with the addition of a gallery currently displaying mirror works by Anish Kapoor. Get in touch if you want to join the elders mailing list and find out about future meetings… Read more »
Attendance: Alma St: Charles C, Hilary B, Debby H, David J, Jeremy B, Daniel O, Alison L, John EWilles Rd: Don H, Rosemary W, Dot G, David P, Jonathan B, Michele L, Vivienne M, Judy LRaglan St: Paul S, John N, Harriet C, Mary H, Jan MRyland Rd: Trisha M, Etienne D, Anne H, Martin… Read more »
Here is a link to a short video that captures some lovely moments of the 2019 Alma Street Fair – click here https://vimeo.com/343456074 With thanks to Jeff Baynes and all who contributed footage. And another video – this time of the Parade:Douglas Cape has sent us his video of the parade – watch it here https://vimeo.com/346991257
A lovely day at the Alma Street Fair, and more about that soon.Meanwhile, here is a list of the lucky winning tickets that were not claimed in person at the fair yesterday. If one of these numbers is yours, then email us at email@example.com with your contact details and we can arrange for you to… Read more »