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More than three months on from the sudden evacuation of the Chalcots towers, we are still waiting for the council to release all the information residents need to help inform the promised ‘independent review’ of what went wrong.

Tube strike cancelled

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

A planned strike by London Underground drivers which would have crippled Tube services on Thursday has been called off after progress was made during talks.

Hundreds of protesters battling plans to sell off council-owned homes and businesses have marched through the streets.

The Mayor of London has been applauded for tackling pollution in Camden after three of the borough’s primary schools were included in the first wave of ‘air quality audits’.

Maurice Melzak began his career as a researcher for the naturalist David Attenborough and went on to dedicate his life to the natural world.

A report by high-end, inner London estate agent, Aston Chase, has called for urgent reform to Stamp Duty and Council Taxes

The mayor has pledged devolution of Stamp Duty, £250m for land acquisition and higher council tax on empty homes

The mayor of London has appointed Camden councillor Theo Blackwell his first “digital tsar” triggering a second by-election in Gospel Oak within six months.

Opponents of £29m plans to transform Hornsey Town Hall have had their call for the mayor of London to decide on the scheme rejected.

Properties under 37 sq mt are hard to mortgage, don’t hold value, and are hardly aspirational. So who is building them, and for whom?

Pocket Living will receive £25 million from Sadiq Khan to invest in more affordable homes for local workers and residents in the capital

Berkeley Homes said building more affordable homes was financially unviable after originally planning none at all just as Westminster leader pledges crack down

Funding pledged for a library in a Brent housing development and a Haringey community cafe, along with an £85 million drive to make London’s polluted streets healthier (and boost your property’s value)

A crowdfunding campaign raising money for an elevated park has been backed by the Mayor of London.

The merger of Camden and Islington borough police forces was presented as a way of modernising the service. But according to chair of the Frognal and Fitzjohns Safer Neighbourhood Panel, Jessica Learmond-Criqui, the initiative is not working.

The Mayor has today announced 335 new affordable homes to be built in Camden as part of £1.7 billion deal with local authorities and housing associations

With the evacuation of the Chalcots estate in Swiss Cottage, Highgate Ward AM Sian Berry questions the mayor on the future of our tower blocks

Westminster council has promised to push ‘cosy cabal’ of developers to provide more affordable homes, whilst a new report from the Mayor of London shows even affordable new builds in the borough have been bought up by overseas investors

Could a weak pound pay dividends for London’s overseas investors as European buyers ditch Chelsea for Crouch End?

Here’s what the Conservative Party’s manifesto has to say on housing, including more homes promised and support more support pledged to councils

As an all female lineup of parliamentary candidates go head to head on property, we ask hopeful MPs what their promises are on alleviating the housing crisis, help for first time buyers, and sorting out the private rental sector

Labour London mayor Sadiq Khan visited Hampstead on Saturday and warned that his ‘good friend’ Tulip Siddiq faced a tough fight to hold her seat in the key marginal.

Camden is one of six boroughs to sign up to the pilot of a new name and shame database to tackle rogue agents and landlords in the private rented sector

Naked House isn’t a story about stylish minimalism, it’s a sad solution to the desperate situation the government has left London’s families

Supporters of an iconic LGBT pub in Camden are set to sing songs in the street to mark the second anniversary of its closure.

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