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End of Summer Street Parties

Last Sunday witnessed a very successful community street party in York Rise. A big thank you to the organisers …













We had the following responses to our questions about living in Dartmouth Park:
What do you love about the area?
Pretty much everything!
Friendly neighbourhood
Proximity to the Heath
What would you change?
Encourage more walking and cycling in the area
Reduce traffic in Chetwynd Road – Speed – Hours – Make a one way route
To much dog poo on the streets!
Need for more / better shops on Swains Lane and Highgate Road
Redirect traffic during school drop off and pick at Brookfield School – encourage children to arrive by bike or on foot
Plant more trees / protect green spaces / create community gardens


Look out for the Parliament Hill Party, organised by the Gordon House Road Residents, on the 24th September

Share your Vision for Hampstead Heath – Survey now open

The City of London is asking for your views on Hampstead Heath to help create a community vision to be included in the new ten-year management plan for the Heath.

The Vision will form a framework to make sure the City fulfils its role as custodian of this green space and honours the Heath’s rich natural, built and cultural heritage.

The survey contains less than 20 questions, is completely anonymous, and is open until midnight of Monday 19 June.

Please forward this survey to everyone who shares your interest in the Heath.

Take the survey


Printed surveys will soon be made available from the Parliament Hill office, Parliament Hill Cafe and Golders Hill Cafe.

For more information visit

For any enquiries, or to request a printed survey, please email or call Judy on 075 2570 3357.

Let’s Keep Housing Social!

DPNF member, Jessica Jacobs, is promoting the launch of a report into Social Housing in the capital that investigates how the humble co-operative can keep housing social AND affordable.

The event takes place on  Wed 24 May 2017 between 18:30 – 20:30 at the Coin Street Conference Centre, SE1 9NH

Please follow this link to register :

Let’s Keep Housing Social!
Come to the launch of our report and find out how the humble co-operative can keep housing social AND affordable.


Speakers on co-operatives in relation to the key issues facing housing today including:

Generation Rent to Generation Co-op

Co-operative Homes are Hospitable Homes

Land Crisis or Housing Crisis?