Category Archives: Camden frameworks

What has happened about the promised social housing?

At the meeting on 10 June Councillor Siân Berry provided a perspective on the changed intentions for social and affordable housing in King’s Cross Central, as apparently agreed behind closed doors between Camden Council (both members and officers) and Argent. … Continue reading

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How much affordable housing will there be in King’s Cross Central?

At its next meeting, on 10 June, the Forum will discuss the cuts in the obligations on Argent to provide affordable social housing. The discussion will be started by Councillor Siân Berry, who is challenging the outcome of the negotiations … Continue reading

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Expectations of the Aga Khan University and for greener travel

At the meeting on 25 March the Aga Khan Development Network spoke about Building R1, to be built on the edge of Cubitt Park. This is to accommodate three institutes of the Aga Khan University currently elsewhere in London. Its architect, … Continue reading

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Plans for the Aga Khan University, as well as local transport

At its next meeting, on 25 March, the Forum will hear from Argent and the Aga Khan Development Network about Building R1, to be built on the edge of Cubitt Park. This is to provide offices and teaching rooms for … Continue reading

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Comments on the plans for the Gasholder Triplets and local health and education

At the meeting on 17 September Argent and the architects (Wilkinson Eyre) provided a presentation about the reuse of the Gasholder Triplets. The refurbished gasholder frames will surround apartment buildings that have surface colours and finishes intended to evoke gasholder bells. The … Continue reading

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