Camden

Farewell: Chalk Farm's iconic Lock Tavern is set to change hands at the end of this month. (Image: Ewan Munro, Flickr)

Iconic Camden music venue changes hands

By Emily Hawkins

Famous Camden venue the Lock Tavern is set to change hands at the end of this month, with new owners pledging that the pub will continue its showcasing of live music.

Licensees hit out against Camden LNL

Licensees hit out against Camden LNL

By Emily Sutherland

Two Camden-based licensees have hit out against proposals to introduce a late night levy in the borough, arguing the levy will burden businesses in the area.

Nine councils are considering measures to tackle the availability of cheap alcohol

Councils eye minimum pricing move

By John Harrington

Nine councils in England and Wales are considering bringing their own alcohol minimum pricing strategies, according to research conducted by Poppleston Allen.

'Bar health check' scheme rolled out in Camden

'Bar health check' scheme rolled out in Camden

By Adam Pescod

Pubs and bars in Camden were inspected as part of a pilot ‘bar health check’ scheme by the local council and police which led to a 37% reduction in violent crime in the borough.

Brewdog: London venue on way

August launch for BrewDog Camden

By Gurjit Degun

Scottish microbrewer and pub operator BrewDog is set to open its flagship London bar in Camden this August. It has secured a site on Bayham Street...

Pride of Camden

Pride of Camden

The winners of Camden Best Bar None 2007 have been crowned at a glittering awards ceremony. Best Bar is University of London Union (Malet Street,...