Welcome to the RedFrog Association
The RedFrog Association represents residents of the Redington Frognal Conservation Area (London NW3) and its immediate surroundings.
RedFrog aims to maintain and improve the quality of life for our residents. Our work includes planning, roads and pavements, traffic and the school run, trees and wildlife. We liaise with Camden Council, Transport for London, the Metropolitan Police, local schools and businesses and developers.
RedFrog Neighbourhood Plan
Our Neighbourhood Development Plan is currently being prepared for Examination. The fifth draft was submitted to Camden for review in 2018 and the Regulation 14 public consultation ran from 28 October 2018 until 23 January 2019.
All comments have been addressed and the policies are being redrafted by planning consultants, Urban Vision. Following redrafting, the Plan will be submitted to Camden Council for examination. The examiner will then consider whether the Plan meets the Basic Conditions (statutory tests which all neighbourhood plans must meet) and if it should proceed to a local referendum.
REDFROG NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN DRAFT POLICIES SURVEY
The Regulation 14 consultation closed on Wednesday 23 January
The RedFrog Neighbourhood Forum has been set up to organise the production of a neighbourhood plan, as an opportunity to help shape the development of the local area. For all information about the Forum and the Neighbourhood Plan please visit the RedFrog Forum website.
Our Neighbourhood Development Plan is currently in draft stage. The latest Draft Policies document from October 2018 is available here:
Draft Neighbourhood Plan_04-12-18
The RedFrog area is shown below, bounded by Finchley Road, Briardale Gardens, Platt’s Lane, West Heath Road, Branch Hill and Frognal:
The RedFrog area includes the following streets (in whole or in part):
Arkwright Road (between Finchley Road and Ellerdale Road)
Finchley Road (eastern side between Frognal and Briardale Gardens)
Frognal (between Finchley Road and Frognal Lane)
West Heath Road