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Keats House

Keats House10 Keats GroveLondonNW3 2RR
Discover the beauty of poetry and place in the home of the Romantic poet John Keats, now a museum and literary centre. Explore the life and work of Keats through new exhibits of his original manuscripts and artefacts which tell the story of how the…
020 7332 3868 (Visitor information)

Local Land Charges Office (Camden Council)

Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9LU
Deals with Local Authority searches for domestic and commercial conveyancing for all properties in Camden, for example, if buildings are listed, in conservation areas, if there are planning permissions or tree preservation orders, if there are financial charges etc.
020 7974 5660

St Lukes Church Kentish Town

Bartholomew RoadLondonNW5 2AH
020 7916 0050

Kings Cross Conservation Area Advisory Committee

(Kings Cross CAAC)
Flat 21Antrim MansionsAntrim RoadLondonNW3 4XT
Advisory committee for the various conservation areas around Kings Cross, both in Camden and Islington. Discuss developments and planning applications.
020 7722 0990

Eton Conservation Area Advisory Committee

(Eton CAAC)
Eton VillasLondonNW3 4SX
The area is bounded by England's Lane, Haverstock Hill, Eton Road, Eton Villas, Provost Road, Fellows Road and Primrose Hill Road.

Camden Town Urban Design Improvement Society

(CATUDIS)
LondonNW1 8WF
Addresses urban design matters with particular interest in: streetscape, safety and the rights of pedestrians, construction methods and arising health air quality issues on highways contracts, transport.
020 7209 2770 07855 869058

Highgate Conservation Area Advisory Committee

(Highgate CAAC)
Heath WindsMerton LaneLondonN6 6NA
Works to preserve and enhance the character of the Highgate Conservation Area by vetting planning applications and considering any other matters which might adversely affect it.
020 8340 5280

Rochester Conservation Area

(See also South Kentish Town conservation area advisory committee)
Rochester conservation area works with Jeffreys and Camden Broadway conservation areas for the area of North Camden Town. It was created by LB Camden in 2001.  The Rochester area appraisal and management strategy (2002) is here

Jeffreys Conservation Area

(Part of South Kentish Town Conservation Area Advisory Committee)
Jeffreys StreetLondonNW1 9PR
Jeffreys Street conservation area was originally designated in 1985 and enlarged in 2001. It lies between Rochester conservation area to the north, Regent's Canal conservation area to the south and Camden Broadway conservation area to the east. Jeffreys conservation area lies entirely within NW1, across…

South Kentish Town Conservation Area Advisory Committee

(South Kentish Town CAAC)
Camden designated South Kentish Town Conservation Area Advisory Committee in 2001. It includes Rochester Conservation Area, around Rochester Terrace Gardens, and Jeffreys Street Conservation Area around Jeffreys Street, Reeds Place and Royal College Street to Camden Road Station. In 2007, Camden also designated adjacent Camden Broadway Conservation…
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