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  • Camden in Bloom competition is launched

    By JulieGK at 09:45 on 20/03/13
    Camden in Bloom
    Camden is set for a bright and colourful summer with this year's Camden in Bloom competition on its way. The Council's annual horticultural event is calling on green fingered competitors to transform their balconies, business entrances, food growing areas, school grounds and communal spaces into more beautiful places. Schools, residential areas and businesses are invited to take part. The competition will be split into five schools...
  • Over 50s learn new skills in Camden

    By JulieGK at 20:35 on 25/02/13
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    Over 50s might now be more adept at using an iPad after attending last Wednesday's up-skilling session in Camden. The event, run by Camden Council and partners was attended by more than 180 people, with workshops ranging from painting to ping pong. Attendees were able to visit stalls and take part in workshops to find out what is available for them in Camden, as well as help shape future services in the borough. There were...
  • By-election called for Gospel Oak ward in Camden

    By JulieGK at 21:30 on 11/02/13
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    A by-election for the Gospel Oak ward of Camden Council has been called following the resignation of Councillor Sean Birch. It will be held on Thursday 14 March 2013 between 7am and 10pm. The Notice of Vacancy and Notice of Election was posted on February 7, 2013. The last date to register or ask for a postal vote for the by election will be Wednesday, February 27 2013. Registration forms and postal and proxy vote forms can be...
  • Your views needed over plan to sell council sites in Camden

    By JulieGK at 22:30 on 05/11/12
    What do you think of the proposed plan to sell council sites in Camden/Hampstead? Picture by Ian Muttoo (http://www.flickr.com/photos/imuttoo/)
    The council announced this week that it is proposing to sell a number of sites in Camden and surrounding area to raise funds for investment. Fourteen sites have been identified for potential sale as part of the community investment programme (CIP), a 15-year-plan to invest money in schools, homes and community facilities. The sites include garages and car parking spaces at: Bassett Street, NW5 Bridge House, Adelaide Road, NW3 ...
  • Camden council tax consultation extended

    By JulieGK at 19:34 on 29/10/12
    From April 2013 Government is abolishing Council Tax Benefit in its current form.
    More than sixteen thousand low income households in Camden could face rises in their council tax from 1 April 2013 due to changes in the Council Tax Benefit system by Central Government. From April 2013 Government is abolishing Council Tax Benefit in its current form. From next year councils are being asked to run their own Council Tax Reduction Schemes and set their own rules about who can receive the benefit. In August Camden...

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