Open Consultations

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  • Building Control Customer Satisfaction Survey 2-24

    Building Control operates in a competitive market to provide the building regulation service for every building project. The service is customer focused and responds to the changing needs of its customers. The building control team ensures that building work meets specific requirements relating to health and safety, energy conservation, access and facilities for disabled people. Building Control also carries out a dangerous structure service 24/7 and 365 days of the year. The... More
    Closes 30 June 2024
  • Camden Rd hostel redevelopment

    The London Borough of Camden is redeveloping the site at 248-250 Camden Rd so that it can accommodate homeless families. The redevelopment will provide 39 new temporary homes for families, an external stairwell, rear balconies to all levels; erection of 2 x single storey garden buildings; installation of plant equipment, parking access arrangements, tree and landscaping works. The building will be 4-6 storeys in height, including a basement, and will also provide common areas,... More
    Closes 20 December 2024
  • Camden Climate Fund: Community Climate Action Grant

    The Camden Climate Fund: Community Climate Action Grant provides grants of up to £5,000 to groups of local residents and community groups to deliver projects in the borough that help to reduce carbon emissions whilst delivering benefits to the local community. Camden encourage applicants of this grant to be creative with their proposals. Additional funding above the £5,000 may be awarded where a strong carbon saving potential is demonstrated. If you would like to discuss a... More
    Closes 27 December 2024
  • Chester Road temporary accommodation

    The re-development of a former hostel at 2 Chester Road will provide 50 new temporary homes for families, with common areas, staff room and office. The buildings will be 3 and 4 storeys in height. The project also includes enhancements to the public footpath to the north and a new public courtyard for the residents of Chester Road. Planning permission was granted on 11th May 2021 under reference: 2020/3461/P. Please visit: for full... More
    Closes 1 September 2025
  • Abbey Phase 3

    139 new homes to help meet housing need in Camden – they will be a mix of private sale, council homes and Camden Living Homes Open space and play provision Cycle parking Commercial units on the ground floor fronting onto the key junction of Abbey Road and Belsize Road The story so far The Abbey regeneration is centred on the junction of Abbey Road and Belsize Road and... More
    Closes 30 September 2025
  • Central Somers Town, Plots 5 and 6

    Plots 5 and 6 are two new blocks of residential housing to be built adjacent to Coopers Lane estate, on the northern end of Purchese St open space. The development will provide 34 new council homes, along with a new community hall and community garden for Coopers Lane estate. More
    Closes 10 November 2025
  • Tybalds Regeneration programme - Archive

    Work with residents and local people to design the Tybalds regeneration programme began in December 2018. There have been many newsletters and draft designs published over the last few years. The time has come to tidy up the Tybalds Regeneration Information page to make it easier to navigate. So - This is the Tybalds Regeneration Archive page. On this page - in the 'Related' section below - you will find downloads available of key historical project documents which we have transferred... More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • Healthy Conversations Training

    Healthy Conversations Training More
    Closes 31 March 2026
  • Healthy Conversations Post

    Healthy Conversation Training - Post Training More
    Closes 31 March 2026
  • Tybalds regeneration programme - Information page

    Latest News - April 2024 Ten new homes on the Tybalds estate Building contractor Quinn London Ltd began construction of Phase One of the Tybalds Regeneration programme on 13 March 2023 to convert existing ground floor spaces into ten new social housing flats in Blemundsbury (5), Falcon (3) and Richbell (2). The new homes are now scheduled for handover to Camden on 18 April 2024. Six of these new flats are wheelchair-living homes. ... More
    Closes 31 December 2028
  • Digital Inclusion Project Survey (Mid & End point)

    Mid & End point Survey for participants of the digital inclusion project More
    Closes 16 February 2029
  • Digital Inclusion Project - Baseline Survey

    This survey is designed for residents who are taking part in the Digital Inclusion Project. This is the first of three surveys and should be completed at the beginning of the project. More
    Closes 14 June 2029
  • Digital Inclusion Project - Mid & End Point Survey

    This survey is designed for residents who are taking part in the Digital Inclusion Project. This survey is to be taken after the baseline survey, either midway or at the end of the year, and will help us to evaluate the impact of the project. More
    Closes 14 June 2029
  • Camden Apprenticeships registration

    Camden Apprenticeships supports Camden residents, former Camden secondary school students and Camden care leavers aged 16+ into apprenticeship vacancies both in the Council and with local employers. We have full and part time apprenticeships at various levels and sectors depending on employer need. More
    Closes 1 April 2030
  • Camden Climate Fund: Household Energy Efficiency Grant

    The Camden Climate Fund provides grants of up to 50% of costs to install energy efficiency measures in homes across the Borough. This includes heat pumps (to provide heat from a renewable source), solar thermal (to provide hot water) and insulation (to limit heat loss). For more information, visit the Camden Climate Fund webpages . Please note, you cannot apply for a Camden Climate Fund grant retrospectively, for works that have already been installed. Funding is not... More
    Closes 29 June 2030
  • Camden Climate Fund: Community Energy Grant

    The Camden Climate Fund provides grants of up to 50% of costs to install renewable energy systems and make energy efficiency improvements to homes, businesses and community spaces. This includes solar photovoltaic panels (to provide electricity), solar thermal systems (to provide hot water), boiler replacement and insulation. Visit the Camden Climate Fund webpages for more information. More
    Closes 31 December 2030
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