West Euston Partnership

The Residents’ Association and the local Peabody housing office in Camberley House have a very close relationship with the West Euston Partnership (WEP) with both Ross Houston (Peabody) and Steve Smith (Chair, Residents Association) serving as Trustees on the WEP Board.

The West Euston Partnership was set up by local people in 1992 to help improve our area and make it a better place to live and work.

The Partnership, which included community, voluntary, private and public sector partners working with few resources, started to improve services in the area. Local people at the time were particularly concerned about the future prospects for young people, a gang culture, including street fighting and racial tension, as well as the lack of recrational facilities and employment opportunities.

Issues such community safety and local facilities, which were central to the welfare of everyone in the area, originally brought local stakeholders together, as well as a strong commitment to make things better.

20 years later the West Euston Partnerhip is still going strong and helps to provide and facilitate many activities and opportunities for local residents. It is often held up as a model of good practice to other community organisations and groups in Camden and in other parts of London.

How to contact the West Euston Partnership

Corner of Robert Street & Hampstead Road, London NW1 3ED – 020 7388 7932
The One Stop Shop – main office, drop-in and pre-booked advice sessions, drop-in and booked computer sessions, information library to help with job search or job applications.

The HPod – Cumberland Market, London NW13RH – 020 7387 4401. The Hpod can be booked for health related events

The WEP partners

Bengali Parents and Tenants Association

Bengali Workers Association

British Land

Camden IteC

Camden Primary Care Trust

Christ Church School

Cumberland Market Residents Association

Diorama Arts

Greenlight Pharmacy

Headstart Learning Centre

London Borough of Camden

Metropolitan Police

Netley School

New Diorama Theatre

Peabody Housing

Regent’s Park Tenants & Residents Association

Samuel Lithgow Youth Club

Sure Start Euston

Third Age Project

University College London

West Euston Time Bank


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