Your opinions help us improve our services
Below are some of the ways you can give feedback and get involved in your local council.
Consultation in Camden
Tell us what you think about a range of issues and your views will feed into the decision-making process.
Contact your local councillor
Local councillors represent public interest and have regular contact with the public through council meetings, telephone calls or surgeries.
Find your local councillor
Area Action Groups
Discuss local issues with other residents and businesses, and influence what happens in your area. These groups are led by ward councillors. Contact your local councillor for details or find out more here.
Tenants and leaseholders engagement
Volunteering in Camden
Meet new people, develop new skills and give something back to the community by volunteering.
Health decision making
Get involved in health decision making in Camden through the health and wellbeing board.
Parent advisory board
Camden Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the London Borough of Camden have set up and support a Parent Advisory Board. The group discusses plans that affect children and young people, responding to issues raised by the CCG and Camden Council, and provides a great opportunity to feed into the re-design of services and ensure that we have a cross representation of parents.
Since coming together in 2016, the group has already helped to make leaflets and websites more parent-friendly, they have sat on a panel throughout the procurement of local services and contributed to a range of papers for consideration by various committees and boards.
The group meets monthly during term time at the Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt St., NW1 1BD.
Things sometimes can go wrong. If they do, we need to know so we can put things right and make sure it doesn’t happen again. Make a complaint