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Regents Canal Conservation Area Advisory Committee

(Regents Canal CAAC)
31 Oval RoadLondonNW1 7EA
Protects and enhances the environment of the canal from Primrose Hill to King's Cross. The committee reviews planning applications for buildings likely to have an impact on the canal and its surroundings and makes comment to Camden Council. The CAAC is also involved in planning…
020 7485 0991 Fax: 020 7482 4622

Regents Park Conservation Area Advisory Committee

(Regents Park CAAC)
Discuss planning applications and environmental issues. A representative committee.
020 7586 4470

Regis Road Recycling and Reuse Centre

(Also known as the Camden Recycling Centre)
Regis RoadLondonNW5 3EW
Camden residents can bring non-recyclable household waste. Trade waste and builders rubble should be taken to a commercial rubbish tip. Van and trailer procedure If you are intending to use a van, pick up or car with a trailer (over 4 foot in length) to…
020 8489 5730

Regis Road Recycling Education and Activities Centre

Regis Road Recycling and Reuse CentreRegis RoadLondonNW5 3EW
NOT CURRENTLY TAKING BOOKINGS, CONTACT THE GREEN CAMDEN TEAM FOR MORE INFORMATION (JULY 2012). Centre for schools, community groups and individual residents to learn more about recycling and waste minimisation in Camden, to promote and show the possibilities for recycling. Fully interactive, whiteboard, games and…

Responsive Security Patrol (Camden Council)

(Formerly known as Response Security Patrol and Housing Security and Parks Patrol Service)
London Borough of Camden5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
A service for Council tenants and leaseholders, investigating antisocial behaviour, harassment, drug users and dealers, residential noise nuisance, rough sleepers and youth disorder. Daytime enquiries should be directed to the relevant Ward Housing Team. Reports of antisocial behaviour in Camden parks and open spaces should…
020 7974 4444

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

Roundhouse

Chalk Farm RoadLondonNW1 8EH
Independent performance venue and Roundhouse Studios (run workshops, projects and events for young people including rehearsal/practice rooms for bands). Venue available for hire, email: hire@roundhouse.org.uk, cafe and bars Phone: 020 7424 8495.
0844 482 8008 (Box Office) Fax: 020 7424 9992

RSVP Knitters

(Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme Knitters)
237 Pentonville RoadLondonN1 9NJ
National organisation of 2000 volunteer knitters making knitted goods for worthy causes. Donations of wool required. Local knitting organisers arrange distributions to hospitals, hospices and foreign aid convoys.
020 7643 1385 (Camden) Fax: 020 7833 0149

Russell Square Public Conveniences

Block BArlington Road Depot211 Arlington RoadLondonNW1 7HD
Automatic toilets. Ladies', gents' and disabled people's toilets.
020 7974 4444

Safe and Happy Older People and Parents With Pushchairs

(SHOPPP)
Webheath208 Palmerston RoadLondonNW6 2JU
Caversham Elder Persons' Organisation contact Mrs Wendy Munro, c/o Kentish Town Community Centre, Willingham Tenants Hall, Willingham Close, London NW5 2UY. Campaign promoting better access in local retail outlets, safer neighbourhoods and retail premises.
020 7624 8818

Save Our Green

22 Maryon MewsLondonNW3 2PU
Campaigning group for local residents and traders in South End Green NW3, with the aim of improving the area for all.

Save Talacre

(Also known as Talacre Under Threat)
St Ann's GardensLondonNW5 4ER
Campaign group objecting to the Dalby Street development. See the webpages for further information.
020 7485 9397 07801 802344 (mobile)

Seven Dials Trust

(Formerly Seven Dials Monument Charity)
68 Dean StreetLondonW1D 4QJ
Promotion of environmental improvements through a model scheme. Various publications including environmental handbook. Free exhibition available for loan.
020 7437 5512 Fax: 020 7437 6612

About Local Offer SHAK

(South Hampstead and Kilburn Community Partnership)
Ainsworth WayLondonNW8 0SR
Community centre that runs youth activities including an intergenerational project, accredited Music Production courses (aimed and young people who are not in education, employment or training), drop-in sessions, educational workshops (drugs, alcohol, sexual health), holiday programmes, trips, boxing sessions, gym sessions and parent support. Also…
020 7624 8935 07726 908 807

Smarter Travel (Camden Council)

London Borough of Camden5th Floor, 5 Pancras Squarec/o Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Smarter travel is about making smart sustainable choices in how we choose to get around, such as cycling and walking, helping to protect our environment and improve air quality, reduce congestion, improve health and save money. The smarter travel team primarily coordinate education and engagement…
020 7974 2520 (+workplace travel plans), 020 7974 5537 (school travel plans) Fax: 020 7974 2706

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

Source London

The Mayor of London's London-wide charging network for electric vehicles (EVs). Website includes map of charge points. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
020 3056 8989

South End Green Public Conveniences

Block A211 Arlington RdLondonNW1 7HD
Ladies' and gents' toilets and baby changing facilities.
020 7974 4444 (Contact Camden call centre)

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…

St John The Evangelist Church (Duncan Terrace) Free Food Sessions

39 Duncan TerraceLondonN1 8AL
Free food (sandwiches and tea) for homeless people (and soup in cold weather). Clothing available sometimes. Service provided by volunteers.
020 7226 3277
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