Euston Area Plan

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  1. EUSTON AREA PLAN UPDATE (EAP) DECEMBER 2023

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    After Camden Council’s initial consultation on proposed updates to the EAP (a planning document that will help to shape the future of the Euston area) in Spring 2023, work on the Plan was paused while HS2 worked on different station options as part of a cost cutting exercise at Euston.

    As the Government has now announced HS2 will come to Euston but that they expect the station and tracks to be funded privately (October 2023), the Council is restarting work on the update to the EAP. The biggest changes are to be focussed on the station and Cutting chapters. 

    Our current timetable includes additional consultation as a revised draft in Summer 2024 that will be available on this website.

    If you require further information please contact eustonareaplan@camden.gov.uk

  2. Have your say on our proposed updates to the Euston Area Plan

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    We are consulting on proposed updates to the Euston Area Plan (EAP) – a planning document that will help to shape the future of the Euston area (including proposals for the following sub-areas: Euston Station and Tracks, Euston Road, Camden Cutting, Drummond Street and Hampstead Road, Regent’s Park Estate, Ampthill and Mornington Crescent Station, and West Somers Town).

    We are reviewing key parts of the EAP because much has changed since it was first adopted in 2015. The biggest changes are focussed on the station and tracks. As more detailed designs have been developed, this has led to increasing certainty about what could be built, funded and enabled and the timescales involved. We have used this information, what you have told us, and the need to put greater focus on climate change and delivering social value, to inform the proposed updates to the EAP.

    You can review the proposed changes and share your views online via the Council’s Commonplace website or in person during one of the drop-in events listed below.

    Responses should be submitted by Sunday 19th February.

    Drop-in consultation events:

    • Tuesday 17th January, 8.30am to 11.30am, Surma Community Centre, 1 Robert Street, NW1 3JU
    • Thursday 19th January, 1pm to 4pm, The St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre, 2 Ossulston Street, NW1 1DF
    • Tuesday 24th January, 10am to 1pm, Dick Collins Hall, Robert Street, NW1 3FB
    • Thursday 26th January, 4pm to 7pm, Ampthill Tenants’ Hall, Opposite Stockbeck in Barnby Street, NW1 2RS
  3. New Engagement hub for Euston

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    We’ve launched a new Euston engagement hub – a place for you to have your say on the future of Euston. The hub provides an opportunity to share your views, not only with the Council but also with your neighbours, friends and community. The organisations responsible for the delivery of projects at Euston, including Lendlease, HS2, Network Rai and TfL will also be able to see what you have to say.

  4. Camden responds to the Government’s decision on HS2

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    The Prime Minister has announced that the building of High Speed 2 (HS2) will go-ahead and committed to “new delivery arrangements for Euston station” (11 February 2020).

    The Government also published the full report arising from the Oakervee Review, the independent review called by Government to examine the project.

    Councillor Danny Beales, Cabinet Member for Investing in Communities and an Inclusive Economy, gave Camden Council’s reaction to these announcements. You can view a copy of this statement here.

  5. Come along to a drop-in event

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    We have produced a draft planning brief to guide future development above and around Euston station and tracks, providing more detail on the policies in the Euston Area Plan.

    How you can get involved

    We want feedback from residents, community groups, voluntary organisations, businesses and anyone who uses Euston station.

    Come along to a drop-in event

    We are holding drop-in events in various locations in Euston.

    • Wednesday 22 January, 9:15am to 12pm, St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre, 2 Ossulston Street, London, NW1 1DF
    • Wednesday 29 January, 2:30pm to 7:30pm, Dick Collins Hall, Ground floor, Kirkfell building, Robert Street, NW1 3FB
    • Thursday 30 January, 1pm to 4pm, Ampthill Tenants’ Hall, The hall is opposite Stockbeck in Barnby Street, NW1 2RS
    • Wednesday 5 February, 4pm to 7pm, Surma Centre, 1 Robert Street, London, NW1 3JU

    If you’re unable to attend a drop-in event, you can share your comments online. Visit https://consultations.wearecamden.org/corporate-services/euston/ to read the planning brief and our online survey.

    Got a question?

    If you have a question about the planning brief or this consultation, you can contact the Euston planning team.

    Call: 020 7974 5533
    Email: eustonareaplan@camden.gov.uk

  6. Draft Planning Brief Documents now available

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    The technical issues that occurred on the 7th January have now been addressed and the documents are available to view. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. You can have your say here

  7. Technical Issues with draft planning brief documents

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    Due to technical difficulties the draft planning brief documents will be unavailable for the evening of  7th January. They will be made available again as soon as possible on 8th January. We apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

  8. Community-led Heritage Assessment

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    Members of the local community have completed a Heritage Assessment of the area of the Euston Planning Brief. You can view the community-led Heritage Assessment here.

  9. Consultation on Draft Euston Planning Brief

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    We have produced a draft planning brief to guide future development above and around Euston station and tracks, providing more detail on the policies in the Euston Area Plan. Our plan for a redeveloped Euston Station would help to create a world-class transport hub and a new piece of city, delivering new homes, jobs and open space and connecting neighbourhoods through new routes across and around the station.

    Our plan for Euston puts community at the heart of future development – the draft Planning brief has been informed by what you have told us during previous engagement and we want to know what you think. You have until Monday 17 February 2020 to comment on the draft brief.

    How you can get involved
    We want feedback from council staff, residents, community groups, voluntary organisations, businesses and anyone who uses Euston station.

    Come along to a drop-in event
    We are holding drop-in events in various locations in Euston.
    • Wednesday 22 January, 9:15am to 12pm, St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre
    • Wednesday 29 January, 2:30pm to 7:30pm, Dick Collins Hall – Join us for a Q&A session from 6pm
    • Thursday 30 January, 1pm to 4pm, Ampthill Tenants’ Hall
    • Wednesday 7 February, 4pm to 7pm, Surma Centre