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Hampstead Heath charity Heath Hands are to hold the first Community Heath Festival on Sunday, July 1.

Kestrels are a regular sight on Hampstead Heath, often seen wind-hovering while searching for their prey.

A half-acre plot of Hampstead Heath was sold to a private buyer for £154,000 in an auction today, adding fuel to conservationists’ fears that it could be developed

Hampstead conservationists fear a half-acre portion of the Heath could get built on if it falls into the wrong hands at a controversial auction on Monday.

The mayor of London announced plans to extend London’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) during a visit to Netley Primary School in Euston this morning (Friday).

Parliament Hill Lido is set to reach 80 later this year. As part of its Octogenarian celebrations, Harry Taylor talks to two people who are regular poolside about why the lido is special to them

An independent girls’ school is looking to upgrade the Victorian buildings housing its younger students.

An open manhole in the middle of a kids’ play area in Muswell Hill has neighbours fearing for children’s safety – because its cover keeps being nicked.

Hampstead campaigners have hit out at plans by the Royal Free Hospital to sell off Queen Mary’s House in Heath Street to developers to build high end luxury flats.

The Hampstead Neighbourhood Plan will finally go to the polls during a referendum on June 21.

Bank holiday revellers enjoying the sunshine on Hampstead Heath on Saturday afternoon told of their terror when masked youths on a moped sped across the crowded meadow at Kenwood.

Transport for London has announced this morning that work will begin on the controversial CS11 cycle route at Swiss Cottage in mid July.

Police have urged Haringey Council to make a host of safety improvements to Finsbury Park following the killing of barmaid Iuliana Tudos.

Residents in Haringey are furious about their street trees being cut back, and are asking whether the work has any benefit.

A judicial review against Haringey Council’s sell off of historic Hornsey Town Hall to overseas developers is poised to go full steam ahead after getting the thumbs up from a top planning barrister.

“Pretty much every day when I walk outside my building, all I can see is dog shit.”

Every window on all five tower blocks on the Chalcots Estate in Camden needs to be replaced as part of urgent safety works.

A developer has been urged to spare a 200-year-old Georgian villa from the wrecking ball.

A six-year-old girl from West Hampstead has started her own campaign to cut down on plastic waste.

The food’s been eaten, the lights have been taken down and the presents are forgotten about. But more than a month since Christmas Day, a reminder of the festive season can still be seen on Camden streets.

The fascinating history of the Heath is to be revealed with the Heath and Hampstead Society’s unsuccessful legal challenge forming part of the organisation’s first guided walk of 2018. Society member Thomas Radice offers a preview of what walkers can expect to find out.

Camden councillors pointed the finger at school traffic during a council meeting on Monday night as they became the first local authority in the country to adopt strict World Health Organisation (WHO) targets for air pollution.

The Brew House at Kenwood. the exclusive Belsize Park restaurant Artigiano and a famous floating Chinese restaurant are among the Camden food outlets to receive a zero hygiene rating.

The City of London Corporation are calling for plaque sponsors to come forward, as benches are deteriorating and the waiting list grows

Camden Council have revealed the changes to bin collection over the New Year period

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