Site updated 12 March i 2019
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Welcome to the website of the Fortune Green & West Hampstead Neighbourhoood Development Forum (NDF).
News and updates
Consultation on the Forum's Redesignation
The Fortune Green and West Hampstead Neighbourhood Forum has applied to Camden Council to be formally re-designated as a neighbourhood forum, in accordance with the Town and Country Planning Act (1990) and the Neighbourhood Planning regulations The Forum was established in 2013 and after 5 years in operation must now re-apply if it is to continue to be formally designated.
LB Camden are seeking views and comments on the applications from residents and other interested stakeholders, and we hope that you might make some comments supporting the Forum. Please note that the Plan is not affected by this consultation nor the Area covered, but only the organisation and its structure. All responses must be submitted by 22 February 2019.
The application shows the Neighbourhood Area in which the Forum has applied to continue to use neighbourhood planning powers. The area does not require renewing as there is an adopted Neighbourhood Plan. Representations should consider whether the Neighbourhood Forum is appropriate to be re-designated.
The application is available to view online at www.camden.gov.uk/neighbourhoodplanning see 'current consultations' or
on our website.
Or at the following locations:
West Hampstead Library, Dennington Park Road, NW6 5AU; Opening hours: Mon 11am to 7pm, Tue to Thurs 11am to 6pm, Fri to Sat 11am to 5pm
5 Pancras Square, King's Cross N1C 4AG – Open: Mon to Sat 8am to 8pm, Sun 11am to 5pm
Responses should made by email to email@example.com
By post to: Strategic Planning and Implementation, Regeneration and Planning, London Borough of Camden, Judd Street, London WC1H 9JE.
For further details please contact Camden Planning on 020 7974 2254 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Good News: The 4 "telephone" booths proposed for West End Lane and Fortune Green road have been refused on appeal
Consultation on Camden's Draft Transport Strategy
The consultation runs until Friday, 14 December 2018.
The proposed priorities within the draft Transport Strategy, which covers the period 2019-2041, include: increasing walking and cycling; improving public transport in the borough; reducing car ownership, use and traffic levels; improving air quality and making our streets and transport networks safe, accessible and inclusive for all. More details can be found in the on-line documents which includes an Overview and Easy Read version and guidance on how to complete the on-line questionnaire.
Full details can be accessed using the following link:
We have at last managed to sort out access to this site so anticipate that normal service will be resumed. Apologies for the time it has taken.
Don't forget our next public meeting on Monday 24 September 2018 at 7.30 pm in the West Hampstead Library. All Welcome
The agenda is here. and Minutes from 11 June 2018, are here.
We have submitted two objections to the latest application for converting the upstairs of the Alliance in Mill Lane.
the first here and
the second here
Don't forget our next public meeting on Monday 11 June at 7.30 pm in the West Hampstead Library. All Welcome
The agenda is here
Don't forget our next public meeting is our AGM on Monday 26 February at 7.30 pm in the West Hampstead Library. All Welcome
The agenda is here
We have submitted our objection to the Gondar Gardens Development
The planning Application for the retirement homes development in Gondar Gardens has been submitted to LB Camden. Closing date for objections is 13 December 2107.
The application can be seen here.
The NDF will be objecting to the application citing:
and anything else that comes up in our open general meeting on the 4 December 2017 at the West Hampstead Library at 7.30pm. All welcome.
- its height, size and bulk;
- building design;
- inconsistency with neighbouring buildings and the local area;
- overdevelopment in a congested area;
- no affordable housing;
- loss of green space;
- loss of views;
- the impact on traffic and parking
We have a new section in on our documents page showing objections we have made to planning applications Click Here.
Our September 2017 newsletter giving notice of the open meeting on 12 September 2107, has been published
We are running a survey on what people
like and dislike about West Hampstead. It has the same questions as a survey we ran in 2014, so we can see if people's opinions have changed since then. Thanks to all those visited our stall at the Jester Festival and filled in the paper form. If you haven't yet filled it in yourself please do so on-line. Click Here
. Many thanks.
The minutes of the last meeting on 10 May 2017 are available.
The latest NDF Newsletter has been issued on 24 April 2017.If you want to get a copy by email let us know
Topics include the agenda for the next open meeting and a couple of surveys we have been asked to publicise.
The agenda is here
The latest NDF Newsletter has been issued on 6 March 2017.If you want to get a copy by email let us know
Topics include James stepping down and his fantastic contribution to the NDF| Elections to Committee |
The 156 West End Lane Development was approved at the planning committee last night. (2 Feb 2107)
The latest NDF Newsletter has been issued
. If you want to get a copy by email let us know
Topics include the meeting on 18 Jan 2017 | air pollution | Growth Area | 156 WEL planning committee
The report on the West Hampstead growth Area workshop held on Saturday 12 November 2016 has now been published.
156 West End Lane
The NDF has submitted its objection as part of the re-consultation on the planning application for 156 West End Lane (ref: 2015/6455/P) which can be seen here
. Our previous objection, submitted last December, can be seen here
. We thank NDF members who have given us their comments - via email, at meetings and in person - which have informed our responses, along with the content of the adopted Neighbourhood Plan. Comments on the planning application are open until Thursday 10th November for anyone who wishes to add their own comments.
The latest NDF Newsletter has been issued. If you want to get a copy by email let us know
Topics include the meeting on Monday 7th | Growth Area workshop | short films | two stations | local updates.
Workshop on West Hampstead Growth Area Saturday 12 November 10 till 4 at Emmanuel School
All those living and working in the area are invited to come and discuss the future development of the area around the West Hampstead stations. Come and learn how to help design and shape master-planning priorities
SOME OLD NEWS REPORTS CAN BE FOUND ON www.ndpwesthampstead.org.uk/oldnews.htm
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Read the plan here
We have also produced two documents summarising the Plan. There's a one page list of the 19 Policies & 11 Recommendations in the Plan here; and there's a document containing only the Policies here.
- Next meeting: AGM and open meeting in February/March 2019 at 7.30 pm in the West Hampstead Library. All Welcome
Notification of Planning Applications etc
If you want to be notified of any planning applications in your area, you can sign up for tailored emails, getting information on a circle around your home or the whole ward, on the Camden website.