There's a vote on 9 June 2016 for eligible residents of Kentish Town to vote (or not) yes or no to the Kentish Town Forum (designated group) HERE putting forward a Plan for the ward/neighbourhood.
I wish them good luck as they have put in a lot of effort into getting things set up etc.
I do intend to vote as its not for a candidate but an issue (can't bring myself to vote for candidates anymore) but i've not made my mind up whether to vote yes or no.
I must admit I am wary of all these platforms for people to get involved in running things, I guess due too my experience of council tenant participation with the landlord and how some groups behave and dominant things and all the shenanigans that surround it.
Personally speaking I am for less people (but the right people) being involved in running things and if I am accused of being anti-democratic by some than so be it, its my view and different views are allowed even in the 'communist republic' of Camden where capitalism thrives but say something controversial and its like its the end of the world - for some.
There are good and bad on all sides, but please no more of the 'bad' ones.
I will decide on the day.
Update 10 June 2016
Apparently most residents who voted said yes to the Plan.
Yes 1717 = 90.9 %
No 158 = 8.3%
Turnout - 13.75%.
I voted yes - thought I'd give it a go to see how the KT Forum and the Plan works in practice (not that I thought anything rested on my vote, but I figured it would be passed)
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