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Camden Town

Camden Town impression Camden Town is a key station on the Northern Line and serves as an interchange between Bank, Charing Cross, Edgware and High Barnet branches and for the Camden area used by both residents and visitors alike.

The station currently suffers from congestion and an exit-only policy is operated on weekends.

Camden Town station suffers from congestion, particularly at weekends

Following the 2004 Public Inquiry, the report issued by the Secretary of State accepted the need for Camden Town station's redevelopment and endorsed the proposed Underground station development. However the proposals for the area above the ground of the station were rejected and as a result, London Underground's overall application to redevelop the station was refused.

Based on the recommendations by the Secretaries of State and the Inspector, the London Borough of Camden has agreed to prepare a planning brief for the above ground area with continued input from local communities.

Camden Council began public consultation in January 2006 and the information collected from ongoing community engagement has informed a planning brief which will support London Underground in developing a revised scheme

  • Read about the London Borough of Camden's consultation

  • If you would like any information about the Public Inquiry or related documents please visit the Programme Officers website.

    Alternatively, if you have any other questions concerning the upgrade of Camden Town station please contact:

    Claire Alleguen
    London Underground
    55 Broadway
    London
    SW1H 0BD

    Email: claire.alleguen@tube.tfl.gov.uk
    Telephone:020 7027 3269

       
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