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The Templars Tennis Club in Temple Fortune is still threatened by redevelopment after the site’s owners appealed against Barnet Council’s rejection of the scheme.

A week ago today (Thurs), Camden’s planning committee rejected a recommendation to approve a controversial development at Barrie House in Primrose Hill.

I don’t blame anyone for wanting to buy their council house.

More than five thousand ex-council homes bought by social tenants under Right to Buy in Camden, Barnet, Haringey and Westminster have been sold on since 2000, funnelling more than £1.3billion into private pockets.

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

Protesters in Childs Hill have spent the last three weeks peacefully trying to prevent the loss of more than 90 trees on the Granville Road Estate.

Two Golders Green landlords have been fined more than £30,000 for multiple breaches of licensing regulations on a property in Sandringham Road.

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

Weeks after tenants were evicted, the owners of Happy Vale Hotel have put it up for auction.

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

A disabled former soldier who calls Muswell Hill home has made an impassioned plea for help to find a better home – as spinal injuries he first suffered in the army deteriorate.

Bernadette McCarthy, 87, had thought her days of being stuck in the lobby of her Lisson Green home – separated from her own flat by a faulty fire door – were over.

A bad year for house prices in Camden continued in November, the latest Government figures show.

Highgate Newtown is hard to pin down. Modernist utopia or architectural aberration?

A pioneering housing model founded on the belief that a home is a basic human right is helping 44 people in Camden.

Promising artists from Camden’s Arlington homeless hostel had something extra to celebrate over Christmas – their work is on show at the Royal Academy of Arts (RA).

As the days before December 25 ticked by, families living at St John’s Court in Finchley Road were panicking that Christmas could be very unpleasant indeed after being left without hot water for a fortnight.

A Christmas appeal is raising cash to support “hundreds of homeless young people” in King’s Cross and the surrounding area over the festive period.

Westminster Council and a housing charity have launched a homelessness advice centre in Queen’s Park.

Haringey has the second highest rate of homelessness of any local authority in the UK, while Camden is the third worst when it comes to the number of rough sleepers.

A provider for vulnerable young people has pocketed more than £1m from councils despite running an unregulated facility for at least seven years.

People in the affordable housing that forms part of a luxury development in Kentish Town are being made to pay a service charge... for services they can’t actually use. Sam Volpe speaks to neighbours at Prince’s Park

A Fortis Green councillor has backed neighbours’ calls for Haringey Council to do something about an “eyesore” property bordering a conservation area.

Opponents of the 100 Avenue Road development suffered a major blow last night as Camden voted through a controversial plan that will funnel seven lorries a day through residential streets in Swiss Cottage.

The families left homeless by the fire that destroyed the upper floors of Willow House in East Finchley last week said Barnet Council treated them “like ants to be squashed” in the immediate aftermath of the fire.

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