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    Bartholomew Estate and Kentish Town Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Bartholomew Estate and Kentish Town CAAC)
    The Committee is recruited from local residents and welcomes new members. It advises the Council on planning applications and other relevant issues in the conservation area.
    020 7482 0776

    Belsize Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Belsize CAAC)
    10a Elizabeth MewsLondonNW3 4TL
    Advises Camden on planning applications, environmental and traffic issues, environmental enhancements in 3 conservation areas, Belsize Park, Parkhill and Upper Park and Elsworthy.

    Bloomsbury Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Bloomsbury CAAC)
    61b Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9QT
    Set up by Camden Council. Members include representatives of national amenity groups, residents' groups, civic and community groups. Advise Council committees on planning proposals affecting the conservation area, including street works, and suggest proposals for improvements. Covers all conservation areas in Camden South of the…
    020 7383 7647 Fax: 020 7387 7645

    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. 

    Camden Square Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    160 Camden RoadLondonNW1 9HJ
    Advises Camden Council on planning applications in the Camden Square conservation area.
    020 7267 7701

    Camden Town Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Camden Town CAAC)
    31 Oval RoadLondonNW1 7EA
    Considers local planning and licensing applications. Membership includes interested members of the community who are resident within the conservation area or close by, as well as representatives from organisations such as the Civic Society, Mornington Area Action Group, Parkway Association, Arlington Road Residents' Association, Camden…

    Dartmouth Park Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Dartmouth Park CAAC)
    35 Dartmouth Park RoadLondonNW5 1SU
    The Conservation Area runs from Swains Lane in the north (including Holly Village) to the Gospel Oak/Barking railway in the south, with a southwards extension embracing the historic College Lane/Highgate Road strip; and from Dartmouth Park Hill in the east to Hampstead Heath in the…
    020 7485 6235

    Development Management (Camden Council)

    (Formerly Development Control Service Camden Council)
    London Borough of Camden2nd Floor, 5 Pancras Squarec/o Town Hall, Judd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
    Deals with applications for planning permission, listed building consent, display of advertisements, and provides an information and advice service on planning matters. There are 2 area teams that deal with development management applications including listed building consent and a fast track and validations team that…
    020 7974 4444 Fax: 020 7974 1680

    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.

    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

    Highgate Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Highgate CAAC)
    Heath WindsMerton LaneLondonN6 6NA
    Works to preserve and enhance the character of the Highgate Conservation Area by vetting planning applications and considering any other matters which might adversely affect it.
    020 8340 5280

    Holly Lodge Estate Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Holly Lodge Estate CAAC)
    96 Highgate West HillLondonN6 6NR
    Conservation area committee monitoring and advising on all planning applications.
    020 8340 6817

    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…

    Kings Cross Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Kings Cross CAAC)
    Flat 21Antrim MansionsAntrim RoadLondonNW3 4XT
    Advisory committee for the various conservation areas around Kings Cross, both in Camden and Islington. Discuss developments and planning applications.
    020 7722 0990

    Local Land Charges Office (Camden Council)

    Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9LU
    Deals with Local Authority searches for domestic and commercial conveyancing for all properties in Camden, for example, if buildings are listed, in conservation areas, if there are planning permissions or tree preservation orders, if there are financial charges etc.
    020 7974 5660

    Mansfield Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Mansfield CAAC)
    Rona RoadLondonNW3 2JA
    The Committee has representatives from each of the 14 roads covered by the Conservation Area. Advises and comments on planning issues in the area, in close co-operation with Camden Council. Discusses planning applications monthly and other issues such as trees and urban analysis.
    Fax: 020 7722 7652

    Planning Committee (Camden Council)

    (Formerly known as Development Control Committee)
    Committee Services SectionCamden Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
    This committee makes decisions on planning applications, applications on listed buildings consent and conservation area consent. It also takes decisions on enforcement action where developments have taken place without permission. However, it doesn’t look at all applications that are received by the Council, as the Director…
    020 7974 1619 Fax: 020 7974 5921

    Primrose Hill Conservation Area Advisory Committee

    (Primrose Hill CAAC)
    12A Manley StreetLondonNW1 8LT
    Discuss and advise upon local planning and environmental issues. Representative committee. Copies of their written advice notes to local people are available at Chalk Farm Library, Sharpleshall Street, NW1 8YN.
    020 7586 4470

    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
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