West Hampstead Lib Dems have been out speaking to residents on Maygrove Road this weekend, seeking solutions to the chaos made by traffic at school pick up times at Kingsgate School.
Click below to take our survey on the traffic situation on Maygrove Road:
Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey writes:
Coronavirus teaches many lessons. For me, one stands out: the importance of caring and carers – in care homes, supporting vulnerable people at home and millions of unpaid carers looking after loved ones.
Recladding work on the five Chalcots towers was meant to finally get underway earlier this year, but the Council's deal with Wates collapsed over the form and cost of the programme.
The problems of rubbish being dumped on our streets seems to have got much worse in recent months. A lot of the problem seems to be with business rubbish put out for collection on the side of the streets.
We'd like your views on what can be done. Is it just the Council's fault or should we, as local residents and businesses, take more responsibility for our area too? Let us know what you think.
There’s recently been a flurry of planning and development activity in the West Hampstead and Fortune Green area.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought new focus on the issue of child hunger, but this is a not a new problem. The absence of any support equivalent to free school meals in the holidays is a long overlooked problem. Now families have the added worry of how they will access school meals during lockdowns too.
Camden Lib Dems call on Cllr Thomas Gardiner to resign. If not, he should be suspended from Labour following EHRC report
Yesterday marked a painful day for the Jewish community across Britain, including here in Camden where we are proud of our thriving Jewish community.
Camden Liberal Democrats hope that the Equality and Human Rights Commission's report into antisemitism within the Labour Party, which found that the party broke equalities law on three counts under its previous leadership, brings a degree of peace and vindication for the brave whistleblowers who had to endure such intolerance.
We welcome the swift action taken by new Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer, MP for Holborn & St. Pancras, to suspend the former party leader following his statement that "the scale of the problem was dramatically overstated for political reasons", attempting further to minimise an issue that has made many Jewish people feel hurt, victimised and afraid.
Although we hope that the worst of the Covid-19 health crisis is over, the impact is still being felt in so many ways.
We are very worried about the Government’s plans to remove free travel here in London for 11-18 year olds. This proposal which has been agreed by the Mayor of London, as part of of the Transport for London (TfL) bailout, is due to be implemented after the October half term.
Watch Belsize Councillor and Liberal Democrat Candidate for Mayor of London call on Camden's MPs, Keir Starmer and Tulip Siddiq, to sign Lib Dem MP Sarah Olney's EDM in Parliament.