Consultation on Town Hall Extension - your role in getting the best for Camden

Closed 26 Oct 2012

Opened 20 Aug 2012

Feedback Updated 20 Dec 2013

We Asked

This consultation ran from 20 August – 26 October 2012. We wanted to understand what issues are important to residents and the local community in relation to the sale and potential redevelopment of the Town Hall Annexe site.

You Said

The feedback that was provided by local residents and interest groups was used to develop marketing materials for the site for submission to any developer who expresses an interest in buying it.

We Did

Any bid submitted by a potential buyer will be assessed on a financial and planning risk basis and on their understanding and response to the views and key issues identified by the community concerning redevelopment of the Town Hall Annexe site which arose from the consultation.

Overview

 

The Council is consulting on the community’s priorities for the Town Hall Extension site on Argyle Street to get the best for Camden from any buyer who develops it.

Your feedback will be developed into a briefing that will be sent to potential buyers of the Town Hall Extension site which will detail the community’s aspirations, suggestions and priorities for Argyle Street.  

Please view our Meeting Invitation (58.5KB) and Consultation Pack (4.7MB) for further information.

If you are a local resident or you represent a community group please contact

Jaishree Dholakia

Tel: 020 7974 1600 or

Email: Jaishree.dholakia@camden.gov.uk

to arrange a meeting and have your say.

You can also take part in this consultation by completing the short, online questionnaire below.  

 Thank you for taking part in this consultation.  Your views are important to us and can make a difference.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Business and local economy
  • Community and living
  • Council and democracy
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Housing
  • Leisure
  • Policing and public safety
  • Social care and health
  • Transport and streets