Camden 2025

What should Camden be like in 2025?

We’re creating a plan for the borough, which the council, local organisations, community groups and residents can all work towards to make Camden a better place for everyone to live by 2025. Now is your chance to make a difference to how we do things in the future.

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8 Dec: To date, the Leader of the Council, Cllr Georgia Gould, has been extremely impressed with the civic and voluntary engagement that residents and groups have undertaken on behalf of their local neighbourhoods and wider community.

8 Dec: Over the last couple of weeks, residents with physical, sensory or learning disabilities, carers and people with enduring mental health conditions have attended focus groups to tell us their ideas for what they would like Camden to be in 2025. 

7 Dec:  At the 3rd Citizens’ Assembly meeting, around 70 members of the Assembly will discuss their vision for Camden 2025 further, and then feed it back to the Leader of the Council and Cabinet members at the end of the day. 

6 Dec: The Leader of the Council, Cllr Georgia Gould, continues with her visits to all 18 wards in the borough.  She is encouraging everyone to get involved with the Camden 2025 conversations and to tell the Council their views.

5 Dec:  Chairs of Friends of Parks met to share their views on what they would like to see in Camden in 2025. 

30 Nov: Camden Business Awards: Businesses shared around how we can work together to make sure there are decent jobs in Camden, and the role of businesses within Camden’s communities by 2025. 

24 Nov: Takeover Day: Children and young people took over the council and came up with their vision for Camden 2025: for Camden to be a place where people grow up feeling safe, healthy and acknowledged; to have confidence to take risks and the freedom to be who they want, and do what they want.

21 Nov: The Community Safety Partnership Board, made up of the Council, police, voluntary organisations and community groups met to share their views on what they would like to see in Camden in 2025 regarding reducing crime and anti-social behaviour in the borough.

20-23 Nov: Thanks to everyone who came to our focus groups for ageing better, carers, learning disabilities, and mental health.

20 Nov: Young People’s Question Time at Camden Town Hall: affordability of living was a main topic.

6 Nov: More than 100 young people came to Camden’s Shout Out event to talk about the issues that matter to them.

2 Nov: Our second Citizens’ Assembly, where topics of conversation included affordability of living in Camden, access to good quality education and jobs, and safety in the community.

9 Oct: In our first Citizens’ Assembly, more than 70 residents came together to discuss Camden’s strengths and challenges.

Downloads:

Easy read (PDF) – Camden 2025 information sheet

Easy read (Word) – Camden 2025 information sheet

Camden facts (PDF) - Facts about Camden to get you thinking about what the borough could be like in 2025

Camden Commission Report 2017 (PDF) - Earlier in the year we set up a panel to start looking at some of the opportunities and challenges facing Camden

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