King’s Cross

King’s Cross ward has three Labour councillors:

Cllr Abdul Hai

Abdul Hai is a well-known community worker at Kings Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association, based at Marchmont Community Centre. He was first elected in 2006 and is currently Cabinet member for Community Safety.

Abdul is a representative on a wide range of community organisations, including the Camden Community and Police Consultative Group, the Youth Disorder Advisory Group, the Black and Minority Ethnic Consultative Forum, the Camden Bangladesh Mela Steering Group and the Kings Cross Development Forum.

Tel:  020 7974 3663

 

Cllr Sarah Hayward

Sarah first moved to Camden in 1997 and has lived here for most of the time since (the odd foray in to other bits of north London notwithstanding). She loves Camden’s diversity, whether it’s the people, music, food, shopping, parks, bars, markets – there’s always something different and new. From posh cheeses to pound shops, from world famous tourist attractions to dive bars, Camden has it all.

Sarah has worked in the public sector for most of her career, including Central Government, Local Government and the NHS and now she’s trying to set up her own business.

Tel:   020 7974 5707
Mobile:  07920 534958

 

Cllr Jonathan Simpson

Jonathan Simpson is currently the Mayor of Camden.  Jonathan is a passionate advocate for King’s Cross and is proud to represent one of the most diverse wards in the Borough.  Jonathan has been a Councillor since 2002.   He came to London to study at University and lived for a number of years on the Marchmont Street part of King’s Cross ward.  Before becoming a Councillor Jonathan was a volunteer police officer with the Met.

Jonathan is involved in a many groups locally in the King’s Cross area.  He is the Chair of the King’s Cross Neighbourhood Partnership and sits on the management committee for the Calthorpe Project.  He sits on the board of the local Drill Hall theatre.

Jonathan was Chief Whip of the Labour Group on Camden Council between 2006 – 2009.  From 2005 to 2006 he was the Chair of Camden’s Licensing Committee.  From 2009 – 2010 he was Deputy Leader of the Labour Group.

In addition to being a hard working local Councillor, Jonathan works in the planning sector outside of Camden.  He is a member of Friends of the Earth and Amnesty International.

Tel:  020 7974 3663

Advice Surgeries

1st Friday of each month
Camden Town Hall
Judd Street
WC1H 9JE
6-7pm

3rd Saturday of each month
as above
11-12 noon

The councillors have a roving surgery scheme were they will visit your particular block or street every two weeks to discuss local issues and concerns. If you would like to have their roving surgery visit your block then please contact the councillors to arrange.