Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum re-designation application consultation

The Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum has applied to the Council to be formally re-designated as a neighbourhood forum, in accordance with the Town and Country Planning Act (1990) and neighbourhood planning regulations. The Forum was established in 2014 and after five years in operation must now re-apply if it is continue to be formally designated for a further five years.

The Council is consulting residents and other interested stakeholders on this application.

•    Neighbourhood Forum redesignation application
•    Neighbourhood Area map

Any comments should relate to whether the Forum should be designated as a neighbourhood forum for another five years. No changes are being proposed to the designated Neighbourhood Area, which is shown in the application for information. 

If the Council approves the application, the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum will be able to prepare a neighbourhood plan for their neighbourhood area. A neighbourhood plan is a statutory planning document setting out general planning policies for the development and use of land in a neighbourhood.  

Representations can be made by e-mail to planningpolicy@camden.gov.uk or by post to:

Planning Policy, Regeneration and Planning, London Borough of Camden, Judd Street, London WC1H 9JE.

Copies of the application may be viewed at 5 Pancras Square Library, King’s Cross N1C 4AG. Opening hours: Mon to Sat 8am to 8pm, Sun 11am to 5pm.

Comments must be received by 4 April 2019.

Original Neighbourhood Area and Forum applications

On 21 February 2014 London Borough of Camden approved the designation of the Neighbourhood Area and Neighbourhood Forum. A public consultation on the Forum and Area applications took place between 31st October and 13th December 2013. 

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

Area and Forum application documents

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