New artworks and memorials in parks, open spaces and the public realm in Camden

Closed 2 Dec 2012

Opened 22 Oct 2012


We would like to invite you to the up and coming public engagement meeting to discuss the draft guidance and get your views on:

  • Tuesday 13th Novmeber from 5.30pm until 6.30pm at the Camden Centre Small Hall, Bidborough Street, WC1H 9JE.


To locate the Camden Centre follow click the link


Memorials and public art can positively enhance the public realm.  They can help us to reflect on and remember the lives and experiences of those who live or once lived in the borough, commemorate events of importance, provide reminders to the historical and social past or simply enhance an area and the aesthetic value people derive from it.

The draft guidance aims to provide information to anyone who is considering to propose the installation of a memorial or public art.  It provides details about  what kinds of proposals Camden wishes to see, the quality of the proposal we require and to guide the person through the application process.

The consultation period on this draft guidance is until 2 December.  After the consultation closes we will analyse comments, make any amendment necessary to the guidance and present it for single Member decision in early January.  If agreed the guidance will come into force from 1 April 2013.

How to comment

Please read the draft guidance thoroughly before starting to make your comments.

We would encourage you to comment using the online form below.  However, if you prefer to comment via an email please send them to Michael Anderson.

If you may also send your comments by post to:

Michael Anderson

Strategy and Improvement

Culture and Environment

Town Hall

Argyle Street

London WC1H 8EQ.


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