London,
20
August
2018
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17:17
Europe/London

Camden Town Hall is closed for refurbishment

Our 80-year old town hall has now closed as part of a refurbishment project to modernise the building.

The major refit will improve the building’s sustainability and environmental performance, reduce long term running costs and transform the way some of the space is used.

All services at the town hall have been relocated whilst the essential works take place.

The following services are now available at the Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, NW1 1BD:

  • Birth registrations
  • Death registrations
  • Duplicate certificate applications
  • Citizenship ceremonies
  • Electoral services

The council chamber, committee rooms and services and councillors’ offices have also moved to the Crowndale Centre. The Mayor’s office and parlour will be located at the Crowndale Centre from Monday 27 August onwards.

The following services are now available at Tavistock House, Tavistock Square, WC1H 9JB:

  • Nationality checking service
  • Settlement checking service
  • Nationality document return service
  • European passport return service
  • Taking notices for marriages and civil partnerships

We also have two brand new ceremony suites for weddings and civil ceremonies at Tavistock House which are now available to book.

Next steps

Now the town hall is closed, a planning application will be submitted this autumn and following that, subject to approval, works will begin.

The town hall refurbishment is scheduled to be completed by autumn 2021. There will be no entry to the town hall whilst the works take place.

Find out more: camden.gov.uk/townhall.