Have your say on the draft Holborn Vision and Urban Strategy
Camden Council are undertaking public consultation on a draft of the Holborn Vision and Urban Strategy. The consultation is now open and will run until Wednesday 3 July 2019.
Holborn is a key growth area for Camden and is going through a time of significant development and change. With planned future developments, investment in transport infrastructure and a changing economy there is the opportunity to coordinate investment to deliver new homes, jobs and a dramatically improved environment for the benefit of Holborn’s communities.
The Vision and Urban Strategy sets out the Council’s vision, key objectives and guidance that can help shape the future of Holborn.
“Holborn is experiencing a time of significant change. The Council is seeking to work with our partners, developers and the community to achieve the highest quality of development and environment that benefits all our communities.
“The consultation will run for six weeks to Wednesday 3 July and is open to local residents, businesses, workers, community groups and everyone else with an interest in the area.”
You can view all the relevant information and respond online by visiting: www.camden.gov.uk/holbornvision You can also email the Council in response to the consultation at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Council are holding two public drop in sessions at Holborn Library, 32 – 38 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8PA on Tuesday 11 June, from 1 to 4pm and Thursday 20 June, from 5 to 8pm.
Council officers will be available at these sessions to talk people through the material and respond to any queries.
An exhibition of the consultation material will be on display throughout the consultation period in Holborn Library, during normal opening hours. Paper copies of the online questionnaire will be available at the exhibition and a collection box for people to submit their responses.
The responses to the consultation will be used to inform the final version of the Holborn Vision and Urban Strategy, which the Council is intending to adopt as a Supplementary Planning Document later in 2019.