Streateries reopen across Camden

As lockdown measures eased from Monday 12 April, Camden Council is committed to supporting its high streets to reopen safely and successfully.

As part of this, the Council is supporting a number of outdoor Streateries to reopen this week to help hospitality businesses resume trading whilst keeping residents and employees safe.

A Streatery is a vehicle free outdoor dining space for restaurants, cafes, and other businesses to place tables and chairs. Providing more temporary space for these businesses helps customers to physically distance whilst eating and drinking outside.

So far, nine Streateries opened yesterday to allow for outdoor dining which will help boost hospitality businesses across Camden. These included:

  • Warren Street, W1T
  • Charlotte Street, W1T
  • Goodge Street, W1T
  • Regent’s Park Road, NW1
  • Cleveland Street, W1
  • South End Road, NW3
  • Belsize Park, NW3
  • Inverness Street, NW1
  • Neal’s Yard, WC2

The Council is also working to open a further six new outdoor dining locations which, subject to road safety reviews and a full consultation, could be open from early May. These include:

  • Regent’s Park Road, NW1
  • Erskine Road, NW3
  • Great Queen Street, WC2
  • Doric Way, NW1
  • Pancras Way NW1
  • South Crescent, WC1

More information on Camden’s Streateries can be found at

For businesses and staff returning to work at sites across Camden, and for all Camden residents, there are free Lateral Flow Tests available. The tests can be taken by people without symptoms and provide results in 45 minutes.