In writing the Hampstead Neighbourhood Plan, the Forum amassed a large amount of supporting material. This provided both the rationale for the Plan's policies and the evidence to support them.
The Forum was required to report formally to Camden on its public consultations and to show that the Plan and its processes met legal requirements.
Consultation Statement. Click here to read the Forum's account of the extensive public consultations that it undertook in order to build the Neighbourhood Plan. The Plan's policies derived from views expressed by Hampstead residents in well-attended public meetings. This document contains the reports that were written from those meetings, the Vision Statement that was then developed, the comments that were made on the statement, and evidence of numerous other engagements by the Forum, large and small.
Basic Conditions Statement: This document was submitted to Camden to show that the Forum had met legal requirements in writing the Plan. Click here.
Adoption Statement: This document is Camden's formal notice of the Adoption of the Hampstead Neighbourhood Plan in 2018. Click here.
Key reference documents include hydro-geological surveys commissioned by Camden from ARUP and published in 2010. Click on the document names.
Biodiversity corridors: This document describes in detail all eleven biodiversity corridors designated in the Hampstead Neighbourhood Plan. It includes historical maps and illustrations. Click here.
Local green spaces: The Hampstead Neighbourhood Plan designated 14 Local Green Spaces. The Forum compiled extensive documentation of these areas, with historical background and illustrations. This is here divided into three documents for reasons of capacity.
* For Branch Hill; Oak Hill Park; South End Green/Mansfield Allotments; World Peace Garden; Oriel Place Garden; Hampstead Green; and Keats House Garden, click here.
* For Holly Hill Bank; Fenton House Gardens; Footpath from Admiral's Walk to Windmill Hill; and Burgh House Gardens, click here.
* For Gertrude Jekyll's Garden/Communal Gardens of Wells House; Heath Hurst Gardens; and the Garden of the Pryors, click here.
Forum area demographic profile: Some facts about our area. Click here.