TfL extend e-scooter trail until November

Government is expected to confirm legislation to regulate e-scooters too, based on the transport bill After a successful pilot, TfL and London councils are extending their e-scooter trial, testing if this is a viable form of transport to introduce to London as an alternative to cars. Data from trials so far suggests that e-scooters could […]

Climate connectors: can you help a local project?

Do you think you can support these local climate projects in Camden? The CCCA are working with Think & Do Camden to help businesses fulfil their Camden Climate Pledge commitments by supporting local community projects and schools in the borough.  Current business support needed:  Educational Green Lab – Brecknock Primary School is seeking to empower young […]

Camden Jobs and Skills event – have a stall

Thursday 19 May, 10am – 4pmNew recruitment event to promote your vacancies – all Camden businesses invited to have a stall Good Work Camden, the council’s employment support programme, seeks to support residents into good and sustainable employment. Next month Good Work Camden is hosting its first live Jobs and Skills event for both employers […]

Consultations: Street cycling

Consultations now closed Camden are proposing to adapt several streets to have two-way cycle lanes. As many streets around Fitzrovia are one-way, the cycle permeability programme aims to make more Camden streets more accessible to cyclists and provide better connections and links through measures such as adding two-way cycling on one-way streets and cut-throughs at […]

Solar panel scheme opens for small businesses

Application deadline: 15 March As part of a group buying scheme small to medium businesses in Camden, along with residents, can purchase low-cost, high-quality solar panels, which helps to tackle the climate crisis in Camden. Installing solar panels can improve the energy efficiency of emails and show your commitment to tackling climate change.Read more

Consultation: Electric charging vehicle point on Fitzroy Street

Have your say Open until 3 March 2022 Camden Council have proposed to install a new electric vehicle charging point outside 52 Fitzroy Street. The council is committed to rolling out a network of electric vehicle charging points to encourage people who live, work, and visit the borough to use electric vehicles when there is […]

Cross River Partnership webinar – Connect 4 series

Green deliveries in cities and accessible streets Thursday 27 January 2022, 4pm CRP will be exploring green deliveries in cities and accessible streets in their new Connect 4 series, on the last Thursday of each month at 4pm. This new, interactive event series will bring you exciting topics each month. Session 1 looks at green […]

Environment Act becomes law in the UK

The Environment Act is a new legally binding target that will deliver long-term solutions to improve air quality, biodiversity, water, and waste reduction and resource efficiency and to halt the decline of nature by 2030. The environmental Improvement Plans include interim targets and a cycle of environmental monitoring and reporting Enforced by a new Office […]

The UN climate change COP26 conference

The United Nations climate change COP26 conference is an international event being held in Glasgow with over 25,000 representatives from 200 countries attending over the 12-day event. It will work to prevent global temperatures rising above 1.5C and protect our planet and people from the impacts of climate change to avoid what the UN calls […]

Congestion charge discount for plug-in electric vehicles scrapped

The 100% discount on plug-in electric vehicles (PHEVs) entering London’s congestion charge zone has been scrapped. The PHEV exemption was withdrawn on Monday, October 25 to coincide with the launch of London’s expanded ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ). The expanded ULEZ covers an area up to, but not including, the North Circular Road (A406) and South […]