The Independent London Newspaper
25th June 2017

Property

    Meet the first person to install home solar panels in Camden - and find out what happened next

    Architect Varda Sarnat

    Published: 5 December, 2014
    By DAN CARRIER

    PLACING high-tech solar panels on your roof to power your home and create a surplus for your neighbours to use sounds like a money-saving and altruistic project.

    Call to use canal as freight route to lessen load on roads

    Hawley Wharf

    Published: 10 October, 2014
    By DAN CARRIER

    THE Regent’s Canal could be a key route for getting heavy goods vehicles off the streets of Camden Town, according to campaign groups and the Canal and River Trust.

    Camden Lock Market is sold in multi-million-pound deal

    Camden Lock Market has been sold to Stanley Sidings Ltd in a deal believed to be worth tens of millions of pounds 

    Paul Robeson's former Hampstead home on market for £6.25 million

    Paul Robeson's former Hampstead home on market for £6.25 million

    The Chestnuts

    Published: 10 October, 2014
    By CAROLINE MORTIMER

    THE Hampstead home of singer, actor and civil rights activist Paul Robeson has gone on sale for over £6million.

    Day-long festival as interest grows in permaculture

    James Piers Taylor in permaculture-grown hops. Mr Piers Taylor will lead a workshop called Let’s Design A Garden City

    Torriano pub closes but will reopen with its original name as The Rose and Crown

    Pete Doherty playing at the Torriano in 2008

    Published: 30 June, 2014
    by DAN CARRIER

    THE Torriano pub in Kentish Town has closed – and will reopen over the summer with a new owner and a new name.

    Boutique hotel set to open at Assembly House pub in Kentish Town

    Assembly House

    Changes are planned at the Assembly House in Kentish Town [Pic: CC/Jim Linwood]

    Published: 30 June, 2014
    by DAN CARRIER

    A NEW boutique hotel is in line to open in the upper floors of a Kentish Town pub.

    Kilburn Grange adventure playground among winners at Camden Design Awards

    The playground at Kilburn Grange

    The playground at Kilburn Grange

    Published: 16 April, 2014
    By DAN CARRIER

    FROM a new university carved out of a Victorian railway store house to an adventure playground, this year’s Camden Design Awards have celebrated a wide range of old buildings given new lives

    Old Victorian factory building to make way for new homes

    The building in St Pancras Way as it is now - and, below, how it will look

    Published: 7 April, 2014
    By DAN CARRIER

    Hawley Wharf development site sold before a brick is laid

    Part of the Hawley Wharf site was in Camden Fire in 2008

    Published: 7 April, 2014
    By DAN CARRIER