Camden is a Tier 2 area and new rules are in place to keep us safe. The most important new rule is that you must not meet indoors in any setting with anybody outside your household or support bubble. You can still meet with other households outside as long as you maintain a 2-metre social distance and stick to the ‘rule of six’.
Curnock Street TRA has collected 235 signatures for the perimeter fence project and we have also secured the councillors support. Curnock Street TRA has requested a quotation from the council for the cost of the project. When we receive that we will try to find the funds.
Today we have been informed from one of the caretakers supervisors (Paul Sachdev – Caretaker Manager) that Veolia has stopped cleaning the communal areas inside th estate. This responsibility will now be part of the two caretakers who are allocated to our estate.
Curnock Street TRA has received the following email from the Tenant Participation team regarding the celebrations of 100 years of council housing. Camden council is asking everyone who has ever lived in a Camden council home to share their photos and memories with them.
This is the final week for you to tell us what you think about our proposals for Camden’s caretaking service – the consultation closes at midnight on Sunday. In the winter we asked you what you think about your caretaking service as part of the caretaking and estate cleaning review.
School’s almost out – and there’s lots of activities on offer for children, young people and families over the summer holidays. Youth, play and leisure centres across Camden are running packed programmes – and to help young people and their families to find out what’s on we’ve produced a handy guide to summer activities for young people (see attached), as well as the Council’s main Summer Programme.