Curnock Street TRA has realised that are estate roofs that can used for solar panels that can reduce the gas emissions of the central heating system as well as generate electricity for the lights on the communal areas.
Thames Water have now ended their contract with us and are collecting water charges from Camden tenants. All tenants should now have received their first bill from Thames Water and should no longer be paying the council with their rent.
I am writing to invite you to a meeting of the Camden Development Management Forum about a pre application redevelopment proposal at St Pancras Commercial Centre, 63 Pratt Street, NW1 0BY
Mr Richard Battersby has been asked by Camden Council to carry out legionella risk assessments of the Curnock Street estate. In order to complete the work I will try to check the temperatures of the hot and cold water services in a number of flats on the estate.
If you’re a council tenant, you currently pay your water charges to Camden Council when you pay your rent. The council collects these charges and pays them to Thames Water.