Which side of Fitzrovia would you rather live? A multiple choice poll. Open for a week then results published the following week.
Sam Lomberg recalls life in Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia in the 1920s and 1930s
Derwent London are trying to claim the spirit of the Constructionist Artists. Yet these artists campaigned against developers like Derwent London.
Holborn, Bloomsbury and St Giles seem to have been part-privatised and part-rebranded under the banner of Midtown.
Fitzrovia residents made a deputation to Camden Council's Development Control Committee to argue against the placing of cycle hire stations outside their homes.
Jim Clayson follows the development and decline of Oxford Market which stood on what is now Market Place at the southern end of Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia.
Jennifer Kavanagh reflects on summer in London
Jess Owen unearths the poetry of Jean Gutherie-Smith and her fondness for Fitzrovia
Derwent London have purchased a huge office and retail complex on Tottenham Court Road, Fitzrovia, London. The 251,000 square foot freehold site was purchased for £146m. The company intend to refurbish and develop on the site and have plans to create a business improvement district (BID) and increase retail and eateries in Fitzrovia.
The London Cycle Hire scheme is launched in central London on Friday 30 July. Dr Robert Davis says you have nothing to fear from cycling. It is motorised vehicles which are dangerous, not cycles.
Joe McConnel describes how painting and meditation has been more help than "traditional" mental health therapies.
Jean Rhys became a successful, though psychologically scarred, novelist in her latter years. Many of the traumas described in her novels relate back to her days in Fitzrovia as a drama student, chorus girl, and briefly a call girl.
"I used to go to the dairy in Bolsover Street where they had a cow to get the milk and paid a penny a pint. There weren’t bottles, they used to put a china bowl out and then we used to help ourselves," says Winifred Ekpenyon in this fascinating collection of interviews with pensioners living …
By Peter Whyatt Tatty banners hanging from lamp posts in Charlotte Street and Goodge Street, in Fitzrovia, were finally removed last week after residents requested that they be taken down. The canvas banners which had been advertising "smoke free Camden" should not have been hung in the Charlotte Street conservation area, according to residents who …
A new tube map called The Moral Underground depicts the Daily Mail's editorial formula
Murder and racketeering were as common as bombs dropping during the Blitz in Fitzrovia and Soho. Mike Pentelow reviews "An Underworld At War; Spivs, Deserters, Racketeers and Civilians in the Second World War", by Donald Thomas.
Frederick Cayley Robinson's Acts of Mercy paintings which used to hang in the foyer of the since demolished Middlesex Hospital, Mortimer Street, Fitzrovia, will go on public display at the National Gallery. Local people and Fitzrovia News campaigned to save the beautiful paintings which were due to be sold off by University College London NHS …
Derwent London will announce their plans to redevelop the Saatchi & Saatchi building in Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, and put forward plans for new retail premises at ground floor level. Derwent London are also working with the Fitzrovia Partnership to create a Business Improvement District in Fitzrovia.
By Linus Rees A planning application has been submitted to demolish the Middlesex Hospital Annex and former workhouse building in Cleveland Street, Fitzrovia. The site contains the last remaining example of a Georgian workhouse in London but has not been listed. The planning application was submitted to Camden Council last week. The proposal by University …
Jess Owen completes his feature on Fitzroy Market at the top of Whitfield Street, Fitzrovia, with a history of the Ragged School which was there in the 1860s and 1870s.