Admiral Property Partnership

New building on Hampstead Green UPDATE September 2018

Work is well undeway on groundworks for the new Pears Building on Hampstead Green. Construction of the building is being steered by the Royal Free Charity, the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, and UCL. Read the report from the September 2018 meeting

Pears Building works
Groundworks underway

Royal Free Building

Royal Free new building
Proposed new Royal Free building on Hampstead Green

Royal Free new building

Royal Free new building

Royal FreeBefore – Haverstock Hill Hampstead GreenRotal Free afterAfter – Haverstock Hill Hampstead Green

Before – Pond Street View
Royal Free After
After – Pond Street View


Hampstead Green Neighbourhood Group Is a group of local residents, organisations and businesses dedicated to protecting, promoting and improving the local environment and the interests of people living and working in the area.


 
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BELSIZE VILLAGE NEWS ITEMS


A new book club is starting in 2019 on Glenloch Road
The first title will be Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
Full details here


November 2018
Oliver Yu Chan has an outdoor exhibition on the Royal Free hoarding Hampstead Green


October 2018 Action required to save the green space behind 100 Avenue Road – details


October 2018 –
Air Studios sold to a Russian Tycoon


100 Avenue Road Proposed Development

UPDATE here...



 

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Hampstead Film Society
Regular screenings take place at the Hampstead Town Hall run by Wac Arts. The Hampstead Film Society features a season of world cinema, documentaries and must-see movies followed by lively discussion.



 

BE AWARE OF
MOPED MUGGERS

Beware of moped riders snatching bags, watches and jewellery.

As mopeds rarely carry passengers, please be wary if you see moped with two male riders. The pillion rider usually does the snatching.

Please remain vigilant and contact the police if you see anyone behaving suspiciously in our area.

Police

Call Camden Police on
0300 123 1212
or dial
Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

In an emergency, always dial 999