Welcome to The Belsize Society website

Eton Avenue – credit: Luke Collins

The Belsize Society is a charity of over 500 household members who seek to preserve the character of the area by keeping a close eye on planning and environment issues. We work with local public bodies to improve the quality of local services and we promote a greater sense of community by providing information about local issues and holding social events. We publish a quarterly Newsletter and an annual booklet of recommendations for Tradesmen You Can Trust.

Find out more About Us, About Belsize and join The Belsize Society here.
BRA information is now available on the BRA Archive pages.
Details of our Data Protection Policy, may be seen here.

News & Issues

See all current news and issues, or read a post below:

  • 100 Avenue Road – Construction Working Group - Summary of Minutes from Meeting held on 22.08.19. Dashboard Report: On site crushing has minimised vehicles to site. Over next period, basement slab will be broken with further hardcore crushing.… Read more
  • Neighbourhoods of the Future - Schools Engagement Meeting, 19th July 2019 A BelSoc Committee member attended this meeting on Camden’s proposals to curb school traffic in the roads between Fitzjohn’s Avenue and Finchley Road. The proposals include closing… Read more
  • New Book about Hampstead Heath - The campaign to save Hampstead Heath in the 19th century was at the heart of what became the new conservation movement. The campaigners set up the Commons Preservation Society in 1865, (now the Open… Read more
  • Young Tree Maintenance - You may have spotted the new tree watering bags on saplings round Belsize Camden Council writes: “After planting, trees have three seasons of young tree maintenance. This includes weeding, watering and adjustment or removal… Read more
  • Ward boundaries in Camden - Review by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England The Local Government Boundary Commission is undertaking a review of the ward boundaries in Camden. This review is part of a… Read more


WE DO NEED HELP! If you can spare time, provide expertise or give support, then please do get in touch with us at info@belsize.org.uk.

Please be patient as our website continues to be updated.