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Camden are planning a pilot approach regarding rough sleeping during the week commencing 24 July 2017.

Camden Council is changing the way they measure the number of people sleeping rough in the borough.

Major Works at Waterloo start Friday, 05 August

From 5 to 28 August platforms 1-10 at London Waterloo, the UK’s busiest station, will be closed so work can start to extend platforms for longer trains.

New £10 note training from Bank of England

The new polymer £10 note featuring the renowned author Jane Austen was unveiled on 18 July, with the new note issued in September.

Your business can now order the updated Bank of England training materials. Retailers and businesses are encouraged to share the new materials with staff and train them on the new security features.

Business Rates Revaluation Consultation – Closes 11 August

In this year’s budget, the Government announced £300M in extra funding designed to support those facing the steepest increases in business rates following the 2017 revaluation. Camden would like to consult with your businesses on developing a new business rates relief scheme for revaluation support.

The launch of FitzPark

FitzPark launches Wednesday July 12 as a relaxation green space for workers and residents to enjoy the outside.

Travel training for terror incidents

The National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) have released a series of short films to help keep holiday makers safe this summer.

Goodge Street Lift Maintenance

From Monday, 04 September 2017 until October 2018 maintenance repairs on the lifts at Goodge Street Underground Station mean that it will be exit only.

Windmill Street #FitzPark – opening Tuesday, 11 July.

The opening date of the brand new pop-up park has been confirmed for Tuesday, 11 July launching on Windmill Street.


The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) have launched a ‘Voice Your Concerns’ function on their website so that people can report local concerns to their Safer Neighborhood Team.