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West Hampstead Local Consultation Group

(WHLCG)
Ranulf RoadLondonNW2 2BT
Represents residents and small traders all over West Hampstead. Aims to keep the community informed on the integration of railway stations at West Hampstead.
020 7435 9375

Hampstead Conservation Area Advisory Committee

(Hampstead CAAC)
Flat 6Ferncroft AvenueLondonNW3 7PH
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.
07947 744203

Camden TV

Downloadable short films about King's Cross and Camden Town.
07974 581357

Highgate Ward Traffic Action Group

26 Croftdown RoadLondonNW5 1EN
Addresses transport and traffic issues throughout the ward as a whole.
020 7267 5755

Hampstead 2020

Montrose House38 Fitzjohn's AvenueLondonNW3 5NB
Aims to promote a new vision for the future of Hampstead. Concerned to preserve its village character. Regular meetings.
020 7794 3711 (evenings)

Primrose Hill Business Association

Chamberlain StreetLondonNW1 8XB
Business association for the Primrose Hill area.
020 7722 4321

Covent Garden Community Association

(CGCA)
21 Macklin StreetLondonWC2B 5NN
Phone or e-mail for help or further information. Community agency which offers advice on local issues such as planning, environment, parking, noise and housing. Campaigns for a better living environment for local people and aims to preserve the unique mix of retail, entertainment, services and…
0845 450 0860 Fax: 020 7404 2820

Social Enterprise London Limited

3rd FloorDownstream BuildingLondon BridgeLondonSE1 9BG
Support and development agency for the promotion of social enterprise in London (enterprises which trade with social as well as economic aims). Works with individuals and organisations, running a network of social enterprise support and development organisations. Offers training and advocacy and represents the sector…
020 7022 1920 Fax: 020 7022 1921

Mornington Area Action Group

Mornington PlaceLondonNW1 7RP
Residents', tenants' and traders' association. Campaigning on local issues.
020 7387 2394 Fax: 020 7387 2394

Kings Cross St Pancras Underground Station Redevelopment Project

2nd FloorKXR Project OfficesBattlebridge RoadLondonNW1 2AH
Working to complete Phase 2 of the development, creating a new northern ticket hall (opening 29 November 2009), a pedestrian tunnel to the Northern Piccadilly and Victoria lines and step free access to all London Underground lines at the station. Completion expected in 2010.
0800 169 5416 24 hour helpline
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