Waterlow barbecues: your views sought

Waterlow barbecues: your views sought

Waterlow Park is enjoyed by many visitors, both local and from afar, who come for a wide range of reasons from dog walking, to sporting activities, walking and enjoying the views or perhaps to visit historic Lauderdale House and its cafe, or Lux; a major European...
Highgate Conservation Area Advisory Committee (HCAAC)

Highgate Conservation Area Advisory Committee (HCAAC)

Highgate Conservation Area Advisory Committee (HCAAC) was set up under the terms of the legislation creating Conservation Areas, the 1967 Civic Amenities Act. Local authorities were given powers to establish them to operate in individual Conservation Areas. Under the...
Camden’s new Highgate ward

Camden’s new Highgate ward

Boundary Commission proposals suggest a single dedicated councillor for Highgate in Camden. Do you support this?Just as population movements require regular revisions to the boundaries of parliamentary constituencies, so too with the boundaries of Council wards.  Such...
Welcoming visitors to Highgate

Welcoming visitors to Highgate

Like it or not, Highgate receives thousands of visitors every year. The Forum has been driving the campaign to improve signage to make life easier. One of our most popular visitor destinations is Highgate Cemetery. Many visitors make the not unreasonable assumption...
Re-imagining the High Street event

Re-imagining the High Street event

Highgate of course has two high streets – the Village High Street and Archway Road – both of which need support in this challenging retail climate. The decline of the High Street makes regular London and national news, with many reports documenting the issues and...

Highgate’s creaking buses

Some of you will have noticed a couple of different (quieter, cleaner, newer) buses on the 271 route in recent days. We are hoping that this is the start of the upgrading of buses running through Highgate that the Forum has been campaigning for. TfL has promised that...