• Hammersmith & Fulham Chronicle to close

    Closure of the Chronicle

    As many of you will no doubt already know, the Hammersmith & Fulham Chronicle is to close on the 25th of April, leaving Hammersmith & Fulham as the only London Borough without a local newspaper.

    I was very sad to hear this, having been a reader for the best part of half a century and a columnist or correspondent for almost 30 years. I recently submitted what may well be my final column in the paper.

  • Sponsor me for the London Legal Walk 2014

    On the 19th of May I will be taking part in the London Legal Walk through Central London with the staff and supporters of the Hammersmith & Fulham Law Centre.

    Last year we were joined by a record 7,500 walkers and raised over £530,000. Hopefully this year there will be even more people joining us.

  • Enews 4th April 2014

    Biggest ever planning giveaway marks end of Tory misrule in H&F

    3 April was Christmas and Birthday in one if you are a developer looking to maximise your profit in Hammersmith & Fulham.

  • Enews - 19 March 2014

    Council's Parking Fine income trebles in 5 years

    Hammersmith & Fulham Council's annual revenue from parking fines has nearly trebled in the last 5 years, from £6 million to £17.8 million.

    In a recent report in the Evening Standard, it was reported that the Minister for London, Brandon Lewis MP, believes that, "some councils are raising money illegally from parking."

  • Tories Cut 158 Police Officers in Hammersmith

    One of the most successful policies implemented by former Mayor, Ken Livingstone, was the introduction of Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams for each ward in London.

    These officers provided local people with reassurance, they were able to form strong, local links to help reduce crime, and they improved the public's opinion of the Met while also making people feel safer.

  • Welcome to my new website!

    Those of you who are familiar with my website will hopefully have noticed the nice, new layout. I hope the new design will make the website more user-friendly and accessible.

  • New Hammersmith & Fulham Housing Scandal – Financial Times article

    Leading regeneration developer Stanhope is facing a political row over a groundbreaking deal that it is about to sign to redevelop a swath of London council estates.

    The plan will see hundreds and possibly thousands of council houses in Hammersmith & Fulham, west London, demolished and replaced with properties for sale.

  • My Letter to the Chief Executive of Stanhope

    Dear Mr Camp,

    I am writing further to my meeting with Ron German and Andy Altman on 2 December 2013 and the recent article in the Financial Times regarding the proposed joint venture (JV) between Stanhope and Hammersmith & Fulham Council.