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Kennistoun, Willingham, Rosemary and Margaret Tenants Association

1Margaret HouseLeighton RoadLondonNW5 2UU
Council tenants' association for Kennistoun, Willingham Close, Rosemary House, Margaret House. Next AGM due Mar 2014. Affiliated to the Kentish Town District Management Committee. (Last registered with the Camden Council Tenant and Leaseholder Engagement Team, 20 Mar 2013.)

Elaine Grove and Oak Village Residents Association

15 Oak VillageLondonNW5 4QP
Local residents' association.
020 7482 2594

Georgiana Leaseholders Association

(GLA)
42b Georgiana StreetLondonNW1 0EB
Represents leaseholders in Georgiana Street.
020 7485 0358

Pond Square Residents Association

12 Pond SquareLondonN6 6BA
Aims to preserve and improve Pond Square as an open space, ensure the maintenance of Pond Square in a good and decent state by the London Borough of Camden, and protect the interests of residents around Pond Square. AGM normally held Jan. About 30 households…
020 8340 8697 Fax: 020 7499 9287

Rondu House Tenants and Residents Association

Flat JRondu HouseRondu RoadLondonNW2 3EY
Council tenants' association. Next AGM due September 2010. Affiliated to the Hampstead District Management Committee. (Last registered with the Camden Council Tenant and Leaseholder Engagement Team, 21 Sept 2009).

Brunswick Tenants and Residents Association

201,Foundling CourtBrunswick CentreLondonWC1N 1GN
Council tenants' and leaseholders' association. Next AGM due Mar 2013. Affiliated to Holborn District Management Committee. (Last registered with the Camden Council Tenant and Leaseholder Engagement Team, 5 Mar 2012).

Netherhall Neighbourhood Association

47b Netherhall GardensLondonNW3 5RJ
Residents' group for people living in Netherhall Gardens, Maresfield Gardens and Nutley Terrace, NW3. Social events and planning issues.

St Johns Court Residents Committee

34Saint Johns CourtFinchley RoadLondonNW3 6LL
Committee for the residents of Saint John's Court.

Camden Town Speaks Residents Association

140 Bayham StreetLondonNW1 0BA
Residents' association and environmental action group, interested in planning, transport and traffic issues, licensing and general community matters.
020 7485 6068

Jeffreys Street Association

c/o22 Jeffrey's StreetLondonNW1 9PR
Represents the interests of residents of Jeffrey's Street. Aims to safeguard and enhance the environment of the street and the neighbourhood around it. Membership of approximately 60. AGM in September.
07763 415165
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