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If you’re buying a property in London for the first time, welcome to the British outpost of the Wild West. Luckily, we’ve enlisted buying agent Henry Pryor, one of the most experienced sheriffs in town, to help guide you through the process of putting an offer on a property and, more importantly, getting it accepted.

What the HS2 station at Euston could look like         Picture: Grimshaw Architects/PA Images

Camden residents affected by the construction of High Speed 2 (HS2) should be given “fairer” compensation, a House of Lords report has recommended.

Jessica Learmond-Criqui

From Phil Jones’s point of view, the ethical standards, contained in the Nolan principles, by which councillors and cabinet members are judged need to be applied with the utmost rigour. Not only must there not be a conflict of interest, there must not be the appearance or perception of a conflict of interest.

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Netley primary pupils will perform a play based on adults’ replies to their questions about growing up

Camden leaseholders outside Camden Town Hall before attending a meeting to address their concerns.

Anger spilled over last night as Camden leaseholders confronted councillors about the “arbitrary” and “unfair” charges they say they are being clobbered with – as one councillor admitted it was “embarrassing” for him to hear their complaints.

A map of the the Regent's Park area of the proposed CS-11

Anger over the proposed cycle-superhighway CS-11 has fuelled calls for Hampstead to become an independent parish council, granting the area planning powers separate from Camden.

Holborn and St Pancras MP Keir Starmer wasn't troubled by Iain Duncan Smith's jibe

As Parliament returns, the MP for Holborn and St Pancras writes for the Ham&High on why tackling pollution is one of his top priorities.

The O2 Centre carpark has been named as a potential lorry holding area by HS2 Ltd

Hampstead residents face the prospect of hundreds of HGVs thundering down Finchley Road twice a day for years to come after the O2 centre car park was named by HS2 as a potential lorry holding area for the construction of the railway.

Actress Janet Suzman has spoken out against CS-11 and said that ordinary cycle lanes would be a better solution

Hampstead actress Janet Suzman has blasted Transport for London (TfL) for its determination to press ahead with Cycle-Superhighway 11 (CS-11) without factoring the likely construction of High Speed Rail 2 (HS2) into their modelling.

Mayor Sdaiq Khan has given the green light to Cycle-Seperhighway CS-11

The controversial Cycle-Superhighway 11 scheme was today given the green light by Mayor Sadiq Khan - but opponents say the views of local people have not been properly listened to.

Proposed designs for Maria Fidelis School on Phoenix Road

A Camden school could be demolished, re-built and expanded because of the planned High Speed 2 Rail route.

An artist's impression of the cycling superhighway in Avenue Road

Camden Council has called on Transport for London (TfL) to conduct further traffic modelling for the propsed Cycle-Superhighway (CS11) scheme to take account of the likely impact of High Speed Rail (HS2).

Protest against Cycle Superhighway Regent's Park in March. Photo by Adam Tiernan Thomas

Campaigners against the proposed Cycle Superhighway 11 in Camden have welcomed a move by neighbouring Wesminster Council to oppose the scheme.

Pollution levels are high in Hampstead village  Picture: Nigel Sutton

Campaigners have accused Camden Council of breaking legal obligations on air quality as pollution levels in Hampstead soar above national safety levels.

Campaigning for cleaner air in Primrose Hill with Andrew Marr

Broadcaster Andrew Marr has suggested the reluctance of the HS2 authorities to provide clear evidence of the scheme’s impact on air quality could be seen as “slightly sinister”.

The proposed Cycle-Superhighway route will connect Swiss Cottage to Portland Place in the West End (pic: TfL)

The campaign co-ordinator against the CS11 scheme has blasted the leak of the public consultation results and has written to the Secretary of State for Transport to express his concerns.

A map showing the changes proposed in Swiss Cottage (Picture: TFL)

Two thirds of people support plans for the controversial Cycle Superhighway 11, according to figures leaked to the Ham&High.

Keir Starmer defied the Labour whip for the first time

Camden’s MPs both defied a three line Labour Party whip to oppose the High Speed rail (HS2) today, but the third reading of the bill easily passed through the Commons by 399 votes to 42.

Keir Starmer was placed in the

Local Labour MPs have been ranked for their loyalty in the already infamous ‘Corbyn’s list’ of Labour politicians.

Daniel Howard at Swiss Cottage Cycle super highway public meeting

A church meeting witnessed an almighty clash between furious residents and Transport for London (TfL) representatives last night over the proposed Cycle Superhighway 11 scheme, which will connect Swiss Cottage to the West End.

David Lee, Head of Sales, Pastor Real Estate

From celebrity shrines to mirrors on the ceiling, Head of Sales David Lee has seen it all, but he’s still working on his board game strategy

Dame Janet Suzman

Dame Janet Suzman has added her voice to a 2,500-strong petition against Boris Johnson’s “catastrophic” Cycle Super-highway.

The Hampstead meeting comes after a heated meeting on the cycle superhighway plans in St John's Wood on Monday (Pic: Jonathan Goldberg)

Hampstead residents have called an urgent meeting in opposition to London Mayor Boris Johnson’s plans for a cycle superhighway which they say will bring “traffic chaos” to their streets.

Sarah Hayward Labour leader of Camden Council

Camden Council leader Sarah Hayward is one of only twelve per cent of female leaders of local authorities in the UK. She has been in the top job for almost four years. Here the Labour leader reflects on the challenges and satisfactions of her work with RACHEL ROBERTS

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