2017 committee nominations

The following nominations for the committee to be elected at the AGM on 8 March were received. Nominations are now closed.

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Have your say on new local projects

Which Hampstead projects would you like to fund? A year ago, we asked how you would like Camden to spend more than £700,000 that has been allocated for infrastructure projects in Hampstead. Now, we are asking your views on a new set of projects.

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Neighbourhood Plan presentation and AGM 2017

The Forum will present the Hampstead Neighbourhood Plan at Burgh House, New End, on Wednesday 8 March immediately following the Annual General Meeting at 7pm.

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Update on the Forum

We wanted to bring you up to date on the Forum's activities.  

You will remember that the main purpose of the Forum is to draw up a Neighbourhood Plan that will have an important influence on planning decisions in our area. Work on writing the Plan continues, following extensive consultation with Hampstead residents and businesses.

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Public meeting on air pollution Tue 26 April

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Smog from Primrose Hill: Luton Anderson

We will be displaying the results of our survey of air pollution levels at a public meeting 6.30–9pm at St Stephens Rosslyn Hill. Other groups from across and around north Camden will also be displaying their results. 

Come and hear the facts from experts and discuss what could and should be done to make London’s air safe to breathe. 

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Worrying levels of poison in Hampstead’s air

The Hampstead Neighbourhood Forum has measured atmospheric nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and found dangerous levels of the poison throughout its area.

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Hear about the Forum's work at our AGM

We hope you will join us at our third Annual General Meeting on

Thursday 3rd March, at St Stephen’s Rosslyn Hill. 

The meeting will begin promptly at 7.00pm.

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Your views on funding local projects

Funding for improvements to Keats Community Library and Burgh House received the strongest support in our survey about how Camden should spend the proceeds of a new tax. More than 220 people took part: we thank you for doing so. 

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Please come to the Forum's AGM

We hope you will be able to join us at our 3rd Annual General Meeting on Thursday 3rd March 2016.

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Have your say on funding local projects

If you had over a million pounds to spend on local infrastructure projects, what would you spend it on? This is the sum that our local wards have to spend. You can have a say. The Forum has compiled a list of possible projects in a short questionnaire 

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