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Sian Berry at St Pancras with Black cab driver Shaun O'Meara

Councillor says 10 minute parking 'grace' period at St Pancras is causing chaos

18 August 2015

Mini cabs taking advantage of a 10 minute 'grace' period introduced by Eric Pickles in April this year are causing traffic chaos, bus delays and security risks at Camden's major transport hub.

Sian Berry challenges Camden on Council Tax benefit claimants facing court costs and bailiff visits

10 August 2015

Green councillor Sian Berry is challenging Camden Council to reveal how many of Camden's poorest families have faced court summons and bailiff visits as a result of changes to the Council Tax benefit system.

Campaigners at Kings Cross

11,000 sign petition against reductions in affordable housing in King's Cross redevelopment

22 June 2015

With London in the grip of a housing crisis, 11,000 people, in just two weeks, have signed a petition against reductions in affordable housing provisions in one of the capital's largest redevelopments.

It's All About the Soil - Monday 18th May

11 May 2015

This month's Dartmouth Park Talk, part of the Chelsea Fringe 2015.

Camden Greens achieve four fold increase in General Election result

08 May 2015

On a breakthrough night for the Green Party across the country, Camden Greens gained four times as many votes for its two candidates than at the 2010 General Election.

Natalie Bennett responds to Sir Keir Starmer on HS2

06 May 2015

A good constituency MP needs to be clear where she or he stands on issues that affect their local area. They should be specific about how they would vote on these.

Voting Green brings results – the influence of Green Councillors on Camden's Local Plan

03 May 2015

The work of Highgate councillor Maya da Souza and her successor Sian Berry has led to a significant number of Green ideas being incorporated into the new Camden Local Plan.

Camden Greens launch their manifesto

Local manifesto makes pledges to Camden on HS2, housing and air pollution

16 April 2015

Parliamentary candidates Natalie Bennett and Dr Rebecca Johnson launched Camden Green Party's Camden manifesto.

Natalie Bennett calls for greater protection for some of Camden's favourite restaurants

15 April 2015

Green Party leader and Holborn & St Pancras parliamentary candidate Natalie Bennett has called for planning protection for pubs to be extended to other traditional centres of food, drink, shops and entertainment.






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