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Objections are mounting against plans to put new traffic restrictions in place around New End schools during the school-run, over fears it will create a rat run elsewhere in Hampstead.

One of the final taboos could be broken if curators can raise £300,000 to open the world’s first bricks and mortar exhibition space around gynaecological anatomy

A Chalk Farm woman is furious after living with an “earth-shaking” noise coming from her radiators for over three years.

A former associate headteacher at Acland Burghley school has pleaded guilty to having more than 2,000 images of children being sexually abused and possessing class A drugs.

A month after its launch, the ambitious NW3 Green School Runs (NW3GSR)community group is meeting with 11 local schools, Camden Council and stakeholders including Public Health England as it hopes to transform how children get to school in the area.

Camden Council is stopping BT installing new InLink kiosks in the borough – months after the Ham&High revealed they were being used for drug dealing.

Soon to be towering over Belsize and Swiss Cottage wards is the 100 Avenue Road tower.

Transport for London may finally be reconsidering its objections to 100 Avenue Road construction traffic using the A41.

Hampstead Business Improvement District’s new manager says he wants businesses to see the “whites of his eyes,” and says it needs to engage them more.

Community groups in Highgate are up in arms over plans they say will “irrevocably damage” Millfield Lane on the border of Hampstead Heath.

Camden Council is holding an information evening on Monday, for EU citizens living in the borough.

Hundreds of Highgate locals have urged Camden Council to rethink controversial new parking restrictions in the village.

Next month we will supposedly leave the European Union – and the government has no plan, the public has no certainty and the country has no voice.

“It is inconceivable that Gandhi would back this development.”

The development set to replace Highgate Newtown Community Centre will now feature 41 homes, after Camden Council’s planning committee approved its expanded plans.

Camden is one of the most diverse and vibrant boroughs in the country. It’s a community I’ve lived in for more than two decades and have been proud to represent in Parliament since 2015.

Campaigners’ efforts to stop a zebra crossing being converted into a toucan crossing have been rewarded, as Camden Council has been forced into a U-turn.

Camden Council is tonight set to reject calls to bring leisure centre contracts back in house, with its cabinet instead expected to say an external provider should keep running them.

Belsize Village residents are worried about their safety after a spate of anti-social behaviour in the area, including a rise in graffiti.

Camden Council is asking the public for their views on estate agents’ boards outside houses – with a view to banning them altogether.

On Monday, local people gathered to protest outside the site of the controversial 100 Avenue Road tower development overshadowing Swiss Cottage Open Space where developer Essential Living (EL) has just started to demolish the existing building.

Work has begun to demolish the former Swiss Cottage office block 100 Avenue Road, despite a pending bid for a judicial review.

Hampstead’s controversial Business Improvement District (BID) has appointed a new manager – and outsourced its running.

Lord Peter Eden, 97, fought in the Second World War and then took a job hunting down Nazis in hiding, and in 2019 he’s taken on Camden Council over ‘neglected’ cobbles outside his Fairfax Place home in South Hampstead.

Ever tried travelling up Fitzjohn’s Avenue on a Monday morning?

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