National conservation body and Department of Culture Media and Sport's advisor on the built heritage and the listing of buildings. Cares for more than 400 monuments and buildings which are open to visit, including Kenwood House in Hampstead Lane, NW3. Publishes 'Heritage Today' magazine (free…
National amenity society responsible for the protection of Victorian and Edwardian buildings of architectural interest. Local authorities are obliged to consult the Society when owners who have listed buildings consent wish to alter or demolish such properties. Lectures, walks and tours organised for members.
Advises Camden Council on general conservation policy and all planning applications and appeals in the Hampstead, Fitzjohns/Netherhall, Redington/Frognal and South Hill Park conservation areas. 13 members provide local knowledge and a range of appropriate professional expertise. Main meetings monthly; application sub-committee meetings fortnightly.
A civil engineering/sustainable transport charity working in partnership with local authorities, including Camden, on projects including GOAL, the National Cycle Network, Safe Routes to Schools, BikeIt and TravelSmart.
One elected councillor; monthly members' meeting to which interested non-members are welcome (phone for details), regular open meeting on topical issues, locally based campaigns. Manifesto on website. Websites: www.camden.greenparty.org.uk and camdengreenparty.wordpress.com.