Camden’s cabinet set to decide on potential land disposals
Fri 15th February 2013, 10:07 am
Camden’s cabinet is set to decide on selling or redeveloping a number of sites that are too expensive to maintain or are underused.
If approval is given for the plans, generated funds will be invested in building homes, schools and community projects.
The plans form a part of the Council’s community investment programme, a self-funded project aimed at stimulating the local economy by investing in total over £1bn in local schools, housing estates and community services.
Camden Council will attend Sitematch on 5 March to discuss its community investment programme with interested developers.
The council may be in a position to discuss potential new sites added through the programme, depending on approval from the cabinet.
Ian Porter, Camden’s head of community investment & regeneration said: "This represents another important step for thecouncil in delivering its Community Investment Programme – enabling significant investment in Camden’s schools, housing (both supply and repairs) and community facilities. SiteMatch London presents a good opportunity for us to discuss our plans with potentially interested parties."
The plans will be put before cabinet during a meeting on 27 February.
Camden's borough profile on the Sitematch London website.