Cabinet reports

This is the current list of reports about the Community Investment Programme (CIP) that have gone to Camden's Cabinet. The Cabinet is a group of councillors who take most of the decisions about what we do.

CIP December 2017 Cabinet report

This report outlines the Council’s approach to developing options for regeneration of sites in Gospel Oak and Camley Street. The next steps will be to undertake feasibility work for the sites in collaboration with residents. The report also seeks Cabinet approval to convert empty sheltered accommodation in Kentish Town into affordable homes for people who would otherwise not be able to afford to stay in the borough to be let through Camden Living. 

CIP September 2017 Cabinet report

This report outlines the significant successes of CIP and sets out the Council’s ambition to build more homes and invest further in community facilities. The Council’s continued preference is to act as Developer on future CIP projects, maintaining greater control over the type of new housing and community facilities delivered in Camden. It also considers how CIP can be funded going forward, opening dialogue with Government and partners for alternative funding in the face of economic uncertainty. 

CIP April 2016 Cabinet report

This report updates Cabinet on the progress of the Community Investment Programme (CIP) and outlines the challenges and risks to delivering current and future projects. The report considers options for how to fund and deliver future projects to help fully achieve the programme’s aims and objectives.This report considers a change in approach to the delivery of a key council programme that supports the objectives of the Camden Plan:

CIP February 2016 Cabinet report

This report seeks Cabinet’s consideration and approval of the redevelopment plans for the site of Highgate Newtown Community Centre, including a  new Community Centre, Sports Hall and premises for Fresh Youth Academy (FYA) service:

CIP April 2015 Cabinet report

This report seeks approval of the alternative funding strategy for delivering the regeneration projects at Maitland Park, Kiln Place and Barrington and Lamble estate:

CIP October 2014 Cabinet report

This report is coming to Cabinet because the disposal of property in excess of £2.5 million in value is reserved to Cabinet:

CIP July 2014 Cabinet report

This particular report provides an update on the approach to be taken in concluding a development agreement with A&A Storage as part of the Greenwood development in Kentish Town ward; seeks approval of a contract award strategy for Parliament Hill, William Ellis School & La Swap in Highgate ward; and approval of a proposal to vary the Voluntary Community Sector (VCS) lease of the Primrose Hill Community Association in Camden Town with Primrose Hill ward:

CIP February 2014 Cabinet report

This particular report seeks approval of amendments to the policy that Camden has in place to work with leaseholders as part of regeneration projects:

CIP January 2014 Cabinet report

This particular report seeks approval of refreshed leasehold arrangements for Drill Hall, a disposal of a council depot in Arlington Road, and stage 2 contract award for the Acland Burghley school. This report is coming to the Cabinet because the Constitution requires the Cabinet to consider the proposals as set out for each of the CIP schemes:

CIP December 2013 Cabinet report

This particular report seeks approval of a number of key CIP schemes; three housing regeneration projects and three mixed-use developments including two school schemes and one project incorporating key community facilities. The report also provides an update on the Council’s Accommodation Strategy:

CIP July 2013 Cabinet report

This particular report seeks approval of proposed changes to the business case of the Greenwood Place scheme in Kentish Town, approval to proceed with the disposal of the Saffron Hill Car Park and James Hartnell Estate sites in Holborn and Covent Garden, and approval of the proposal to construct a temporary building on land at Weedington Road in Gospel Oak.

The report also seeks approval to enter into a conditional contract with a development consortium for a private treaty sale of land and reprovision of council facilities at Cockpit Yard, a site in Holborn and Covent Garden which is part of the Council’s Accommodation Strategy:

CIP June 2013 Cabinet report

This particular report focuses on the updated Abbey Area scheme and the next steps for the Council’s regeneration programme in Gospel Oak:

CIP April 2013 Cabinet report

The report went to the Cabinet for approval of an updated proposal for the Armoury property in Hampstead Town:

CIP February 2013 Cabinet report

This report is the ninth in a series of consolidated CIP Cabinet reports and seeks approval to refresh lease arrangements, dispose of or redevelop selected CIP sites.

The report also seeks to restructure or dispose of leasehold interests at Heath Street properties and deals with supplementary property issues relating to Lauderdale House, held by the Council under the terms of a charitable trust which also covers Waterlow Park:

CIP January 2013 Cabinet report

This report is the eighth in a series of consolidated CIP Cabinet reports. It seeks approval to dispose of the Armoury site, for the operational use of The Lodge in St Pancras Gardens and for the procurement strategy for the Camden Centre for Learning:

CIP December 2012 Cabinet report

This report is the seventh in a series of consolidated CIP Cabinet reports and seeks approval for next steps in relation to the linked Parker House and Tybalds project:

CIP October 2012 Cabinet report

This report is the sixth in a series of consolidated CIP Cabinet reports.  It provides proposals for the redevelopment of sites in Plender Street, Camden Street and Carol Street and considers a proposal to expand the schooling provision from Hawley Infant School. The report also proposes a new model lease for VCS tenants in LBC properties, as part of the VCS Investment and Support Programme:

CIP September 2012 Cabinet report

This report is the fifth in a series of consolidated CIP Cabinet reports.  It provides an overall update on progress across the programme and sets out a proposed strategic approach to council-owned sites in the Somers Town area as well as proposals for the redevelopment and regeneration of the Bacton Low-Rise estate in Gospel Oak:

CIP July 2012 Cabinet report

This report is the fourth in a series of consolidated reports on CIP and recommends next steps in relation to specific projects for the Abbey Area, the Bourne Estate and Liddell Road as well as amendments to delegation arrangements to assist the delivery of projects across the programme.

The report also considers a strategic approach to sites in which the Queen's Crescent Community Association has an interest and the proposed approach to the delivery of the Camden Centre for Learning:

CIP April 2012 Cabinet report

This report seeks approval for next steps in relation to some of the more advanced key projects; namely: 32 Lawn Road/Fleet Road; the Netley Project; Maiden Lane estate regeneration; the Homelessness Change Programme; and the disposal of two small sites at Ferdinand Street and Hawley Mews:

CIP July 2011 Cabinet report

A second report on the Community Investment Programme went to Camden's Cabinet on 20 July 2011. The report provided an update on the Community Investment Programme projects:

CIP December 2010 Cabinet report

The first phase of the programme was approved in December 2010 and included over 60 potential projects across the nine areas: