WHAT members have completed a survey of empty shops in Mill Lane and West End Lane
Local News2013 - the 40th Anniversary of the founding of WHAT
See WHAT Campaigns for notes on the recent WHAT AGM and public meeting on transport
WEST HAMPSTEAD COMMUNITY CENTRE
are looking for volunteers for their older people's outreach project.
Contact Di Cooke if your are interested: email@example.com
If you've received a questionnaire from Camden asking about recycling and offering you a choice of size and colour of wheelie bin - but with no provision for saying no, if you do not want one, you can:
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- telephone 020 797 4444 and speak to any member of Contact Camden as they have been trained to deal with queries and requests
- write to: Environment Services, 2nd Floor, Cockpit Yard, Northington St. London WC1 2NP
WHAT cares about local issues
such as... parking... open spaces... graffiti... litter... noise... traffic congestion...
local amenities... tube safety... bus routes... station improvements... planning
issues... too many restaurants and bars... not enough shops... disabled access...
children’s amenities... heritage... environment...
WHAT gives local people a say in local affairs -
by raising issues in the media, lobbying Camden Council and
transport companies, campaigning for better services,
taking part in consultation, organising regular public meetings,
issuing a bi-annual newsletter, regular emails and maintaining this website to keep you up to date.
UPCOMING LOCAL MEETINGS:Monday, 20th May 8 p.m.
WHAT Committee meeting - Kitchen Table, Mill Lane
Kate Goodman, Camden Place Shaping Team has been invited to attend.
All members welcome
email: email@example.com or write to Anne Harmston, 3 Ajax Road, London NW6 1EF.Membership costs £3 p.a. (£5 per for 2 years) and £5 for Group Membership