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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.

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…

Hampstead Horticultural Society

Encourages the cultivation of vegetables, fruit and flowers, and encourages cooperation among gardeners. Organises visits to interesting gardens within reach of London, plant sales and illustrated talks. Members receive newsletters detailing all events. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

Hawley Wharf Action Group

23TiptreeCastlehaven RoadLondonNW1 8TL
An independent group of local residents and businesses with an interest in the re-development of the Hawley Wharf site and the overall heritage of Camden Town and Camden Market. The group's primary purpose is to ensure that locals are aware of the development and that…
020 7209 0197

Capital Growth

Partnership offering practical help, grants, training and support to groups wanting to establish community food growing projects as well as advice to landowners. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

Camden Broadway Conservation Area Advisory Committee

(Camden Broadway CAAC)
Camden Broadway is one of 40 conservation areas in Camden. It covers the area bounded by Camden Road, Royal College Street, St Pancras Way and Randolph Street. Advises Camden on planning applications and other local matters impacting the conservation area such as environmental and traffic issues. 

Phoenix Garden

(Also known as the Covent Garden Open Spaces Association)
21 Stacey StreetLondonWC2H 8DG
A community garden managed by volunteers, created to provide a green retreat from the stresses of London's West End and a vital habitat for urban wildlife. The garden is maintained using sustainable techniques and an innovative approach to wildlife gardening. The Phoenix Garden is available…

Capital Clean-Up

(Formerly known as Capital Standards)
Aims to make London cleaner and greener. The Clean Up is an bi-annual series of volunteering events. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
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