Camden Commission

Closed 30 Apr 2017

Opened 6 Dec 2016


We're developing a new vision for Camden from 2018, to build on the progress already made and go even further over the next five years. We want as many different people as possible to take part to help ensure Camden is a place where everyone has a chance to succeed and nobody gets left behind.

The Camden Commission is being set up to take an evidence based approach to help set the focus for the Council in the coming years.  You can read more about the Camden Commission here:  

We want to hear from as many different types of people as possible. The deadline for submissions is 28 February 2017. Use the form below to send a written submission to the Camden Commission.

If you do not wish to submit your ideas online you can download the call for evidence here and post your submissions to:

Camden Commission, Strategy and Change, 5th Floor, 5 Pancras Square, Kings Cross, N1C 4AG

Before submitting, please read the guidelines below.

Guidance on written submissions

It would assist the Commission if those submitting written evidence could:

  • Clearly state who the submission is from (e.g. in a personal capacity or on behalf of an organisation).
  • Include a brief introduction about yourself/your organisation and your reason for submitting evidence. 
  • Include any factual information you have to offer.
  • Include any recommendations for action which you would like the Commission to consider. 

Those making a submission to the Commission should note the following:

  • Most of the written evidence received will be published on the internet (where it will be accessible to search engines). If your submission is confidential, please tell us.
  • If you do not wish your submission to be published, please state so clearly in Additional Information.

If you have difficulty making a submission online, wish to submit evidence in an alternative format, or would like to make a submission after the formal deadline, please contact us here.


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