Kentish Town Planning Framework Survey

Closed 26 Mar 2018

Opened 26 Feb 2018

Overview

Camden Council is at the early stages of preparing a planning framework for Kentish Town. We are running a public engagement from Monday 26 February to Friday 23 March 2018 and we want to know your thoughts, understand your ideas and listen to your suggestions to improve and shape this unique area of Camden. The public engagement is open to local residents, businesses, workers, community groups, and everyone else that has an interest in the area.

Please click on the link below under 'Related' to view the exhibition boards and give us your views by completing the online survey. The survey questions relate directly to the material shown on these boards.

Why We Are Consulting

Your involvement and feedback to this engagement will help us to prepare a draft planning framework, which we will consult on later this year.

Part of the planning framework area has been identified for growth in Camden’s Local Plan as well as the Kentish Town Neighbourhood Plan. The Local Plan states that a planning framework will be developed to provide further guidance on the development of the area.

Developing a planning framework for Kentish Town provides the opportunity to shape the type, nature and feel of development that happens within this area of growth and intensification. A planning framework will not directly deliver development but will guide proposed development in the area.

What Happens Next

The views expressed in the consultation will be published in a report and available on our website at www.camden.gov/kentishtownframework. 

We will have a look at the views and prepare a draft framework on the basis of the things you have told us.  The draft framework will be consulted upon again and be considered by the Council's Members. 

Events

Areas

  • Gospel Oak
  • Haverstock
  • Highgate
  • Kentish Town

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