Few places in the capital ooze cool like Camden. This popular Borough covers a large area but is more recognised for Camden Town. Its gritty, bohemian vibe has long-drawn a mesmerising mix of characters, from free spirits to punks, goths to rockers. And there lies its charm. Read on to find out the best places to live in Camden and also, what it is like to buy or rent in Camden.
Situated in the leafy suburb of Hampstead has its benefits with respect to lower pollution, noise however is almost constant but instead of traffic noise we have leaf blowers and general construction noise
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The development itself is beautiful but I live in on the top floor of Lord Cameron House, the social housing building. We have a separate discreet entrance away from the main thoroughfare, so discreet in fact that we have great difficulty with deliveries they often cannot find building or the entrance to it leaving the residents standing on the street itself rather than receiving deliveries via the Video Entry System.
I mentioned the Top because I wanted too draw attention to the fact that even when the delivery person finds the right door I have to scramble to the lift down to the entrance to be able to get my delivery by which time they have often walked off having not understood the system.
In addition the poorly laid out apartment has poor ventilation with only a quarter window in the main lounge/kitchen, making it extremely hot in the summer (well above the temp outside) and extremely cold in the winter provided by the huge rooftop window which lets all the apartmenmt to escape.
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It takes a a long time to have issues investigated/resolved due to the demarkation of responsibility especially with respect to the building rather than fixtures.