Dee Searle for Gospel Oak

04 April 2017

Camden Green Party has selected one of its most prominent local activists, Dee Searle, to stand in the Gospel Oak by-election on May 4.

January's meeting: Progressive alliances with special guest Jonathan Bartley

02 January 2017

Green Party Co-Leader Jonathan Bartley joins us for a discussion on cross-party collaboration.

Highgate Newtown plans

Better options for Highgate Newtown Community Centre

19 December 2016

Sian Berry has lodged an objection to the council's plans to redevelop this community centre in Highgate, knocking it down with no new social housing.

Give residents a fairer hearing in Planning Committees, says Camden Green Party

08 December 2016

The way Planning Committee hear residents' views has not changed since at least 2002

“Do more to enforce standards for private renters,” Sian Berry urges Camden Council

30 November 2016

Camden Green Party councillor calls on Camden's Labour Council to do more to ensure Camden's private renters have a safe and comfortable place to live

Model of plans for Highgate Newtown Community Centre

Highgate Newtown Community Centre: big decisions ahead

12 November 2016

The Council's planning application for the site is now in - deadline for your comments 1 December.

Green Party calls for Council Tax amnesty

24 October 2016

New stats show Camden used bailiffs 531 times last year against its poorest residents

Save the Tavistock Square cycle tracks

18 October 2016

Support Camden Cyclists - Have your say before the trial ends on 21st October!

Green LGBT manifesto launch 2015

Camden Council should do more to be inclusive of different genders

26 September 2016

Following positive answers from the Mayor of London, Councillor Sian Berry has asked Camden Council to change how it deals with gender and diversity in its data and recruitment procedures.

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    Tuesday 18 April

    Exploring 'divestment' campaigning - encouraging public bodies to stop investing in fossil fuel companies.  

    7pm to 9pm, Crossroads Women's Centre, 25 Wolsey Mews, NW5 2DX