Decision Statement

The Council has decided to accept all of the Examiner's proposed modifications to the Plan. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, neighbourhood planning referendums are currently postponed until 2021. Up to the referendum, the Council will apply significant to policies set out in the 'referendum version' of the Plan.

Decision Statement - Officer report

Decision Statement

Neighbourhood Plan - referendum version


The Council appointed Ms Jill Kingaby BSc (Econ) MSc MRTPI to undertake the examination for the Camley Street Neighbourhood Plan.

Representations made to Submission Draft Plan (Redacted)

The Examiner has sent the Council and Forum the letter below to confirm the procedures for this examination.

Procedural letter (PDF)

The Examiner sent the following letter with questions to the Neighbourhood Forum.

Questions for Forum (PDF)

The Neighbourhood Forum responded to the Examiner's questions, as per correspondence below

Response to Examiner questions 19 December 2019 (PDF)

The Council then sent a response to the Forum's letter to the Examiner

Council's letter to Examiner 10 January 2020 (PDF)

The Examiner sent her report to the Council and Forum on 14 February 2020.

Examiner's Report

Draft Plan Submission

Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum has submitted its proposed Neighbourhood Plan to Camden Council.  Consultation on this document has now closed.

What happens next?

A local referendum is currently on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic. When a neighbourhood plan has been approved at referendum, it becomes part of the development plan for the neighbourhood area. 


Camley Street Area and Forum applications

On 21 February 2014 the Council approved the designation of the Camley Street Neighbourhood Area and Neighbourhood Forum. Public consultation on the associated applications took place between 31 October and 13 December 2013. 

The 2014 approved applications can be viewed below. They show the area in which the neighbourhood planning powers apply.

The 2019 Forum redesignation application can be viewed below:


Forum's website

You can also find more information on the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum website.