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In this issue: important information on the coronavirus pandemic, traffic survey, the latest news, planning applications, printed newspaper.

The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic

Please follow the latest NHS advice, and the latest Government advice. If you live or work in the London Borough of Camden please visit Camden Council's coronavirus web page. If you live or work in the City of Westminster please see Westminster Council's coronavirus web page. If you are a private renter, please read the Renters' Rights London website for important information. 

Traffic Survey

Please take part in our short survey about traffic in Fitzrovia. Take the survey. The survey will close on Friday night.

Fitzrovia West Neighbourhood Forum will hold virtual public meeting to discuss planning and traffic


The Fitzrovia West Neighbourhood Forum will hold a virtual annual general meeting this month to report on progress in developing a neighbourhood plan, and will feature a guest speaker who will talk about creating a low traffic neighbourhood.

Goodge Street Station opens with restricted hours

Goodge Street underground station has re-opened with restricted hours after being closed since the spring due to the coronavirus.

Julian v Sandy

Julian and Sandy was a sketch segment in the BBC radio comedy programme Round the Horne from 1965 to 1968, the characters proved to be one of the most successful parts of the show.

Get your cycle checked and security marked in the West End this September

This September cyclists can get their bike checked over and security marked at various locations in the West End including Fitzrovia.

Planning applications

There were 24 planning applications registered by Camden Council in Bloomsbury ward during August 2020.

There were nine planning applications validated by Westminster Council in Fitzrovia West during August 2020.


Fitzrovia News printed newspaper

Our latest printed newspaper is out and available to collect and view online. The more observant of you would have noticed that the September issue of Fitzrovia News is only two pages of A4 and in miserable black and white with no photos. Times are tough for many, including us, so we have to cut our paper to suit. We hope to produce a 16 page tabloid in glorious colour in December. Submitted features will be held over until then. Deadline for articles: Sunday 1 November 2020.

Due to most premises having restrictions the latest printed issue of Fitzrovia News is only available from the following location:
  • Fitzrovia Centre, 2 Foley Street, London W1W 6DL.
All (well... most) of our printed newspapers are available to view online and download here:

Please also see the Camden New Journal and the West End Extra for the latest news across Camden and Westminster. Both these papers are available every Friday from outside Fitzrovia Centre, 2 Foley Street.
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