Camden secures £3.3m of regeneration funding for Camden Town

Over £3m of funding to unlock the economic potential and radically improve the look and feel of Camden Town, was announced on Tuesday 17 January.

The £2.2m funding from the Mayor of London’s Regeneration Fund, as well as £1.12m from Camden Council, Camden Town Unlimited and Transport for London, demonstrates the ongoing commitment to improving Camden Town as a place to live, work and visit.

Councillor Sarah Hayward, Camden Council’s Cabinet Member for Communities, Regeneration and Equalities, said:

“Businesses and residents in Camden are facing huge challenges in the current economic climate. We are therefore pleased the Mayor of London has recognised the impact this is having and has now committed the money.

“This much needed investment will contribute towards our plans to transform the south of Camden Town. It will radically improve the street environment and attract new jobs and businesses to the area.”

Simon Pitkeathley, Chief Executive of Camden Town Unlimited said:

“In these difficult financial times, we must all work even closer together to come up with more innovative ways to unlock economic potential. This is a great example of the public and private sector coming together to invest in the future of Camden Town.”

 

 

 

 

 

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