Residents can give views on Somers Town regeneration
By poppy_smith | Monday, March 04, 2013, 18:25
Somers Town residents are being invited to give their views on priorities for regenerating their area, as part of the Community Investment Programme.
In Somers Town, where the Council owns a large amount of land there is much that could be done to improve the area and a number of opportunities the Council would like to discuss with the local community.
The consultation, which is now open, asks residents to list their priority areas such as open space, housing or schools as high, medium or low priorities.
Come along and tell us about what is important to you. There will be council representatives from housing, community safety, parks and economic development on hand to talk you through the consultation and tell you more about the proposals for the area.
The consultation findings will then help inform further work in Somers Town which will look more closely at specific project areas.
Residents will receive their questionnaires in the post, and for those who prefer to be consulted digitally, the survey can be completed online at We Are Camden.
There will also be opportunities to talk to officers about the priorities at consultation events around the Somers Town area over the coming weeks:
LocationAddressDate and timePurchese Street Open SpacePurchese Street
6 March 2013 at
Chalton Street MarketChalton Street8 March 2013 at
10am to 12 noon
Regent High School (at School
NW1 1RG12 March 2013 at
3.00pm – 4.30pmSomers Town Community
Centre150 Ossulston Street,
NW1 1EE20 March 2013 at
9.00am – 10.30am and
12.00noon – 1.30pm and
6.30pm – 8.00pmPolygon Open SpacePolygon Street21 March 2013 at
2.00pm – 4.00pm
Anyone that would like to speak to someone directly about this consultation can phone Jane Debono on 020 7974 6373 or email SomerstownCIP@camden.gov.uk .