Keep your cool

On sunny summer Sundays the population of Primrose Hill seems to explode, as fellow Londoners and savvy tourists flock to enjoy our wonderful views, shops and eateries. This is great for local businesses and brings a buzzing holiday vibe. However, the sea of merry picnickers on the hill and minor traffic chaos on Regent’s Park Road can feel a little overwhelming, especially as the mercury … Continue reading Keep your cool

Humus and HS2 with MP Sir Keir Starmer

Our local MP Sir Keir Starmer talked to Micael Johnstone just before the general election about food, politics and some of the hot topics impacting on Primrose Hill. Keir Starmer looked surprisingly fresh-faced and relaxed as he arrived for our interview, closely followed by various aides and Labour Party campaigners scurrying to escape a brief summer shower. It had been a pretty hectic few weeks … Continue reading Humus and HS2 with MP Sir Keir Starmer

Controversial redevelopment plans for Morrisons

The developers of a proposed major new housing development at Chalk Farm Morrisons have recently been holding further consultations with local residents. Morrisons and property developer Barratt have set out plans to redevelop the area to include 700 new homes and shops to create a high-density site branded as ‘Camden Goods Yard’. The proposals were first outlined at a public meeting in November last year … Continue reading Controversial redevelopment plans for Morrisons