Camden Highline is now being crowdfunded

Your chance to support the project to develop a new public park above the streets between Kentish Town and King’s Cross

Inching closer to becoming a park. Camden Highline could run here. Photos: Andy Stewart
Camden Highline, the project to turn 0.8 miles of disused local railway line into a new park, is one we’ve happily championed for over a year now.

And today, the team pushing for the dream to become a reality have announced a crowdfunding campaign to help push the process on to the next level.

They hope to raise a carefully-costed £37,864 to go towards things like a full site appraisal, public exhibitions and scale modeling, ahead of getting the green light.

We know Kentishtowner readers are overwhelmingly behind this innovative idea to bring crumbling railway bridges back into the public realm, so take a look at the official Spacehive funding page and pledge as much as you can – all donations, no matter the size, help the cause.

Public support is vital to show the likes of Network Rail and key business stakeholders along the route what a popular idea this could be. Time to get involved.

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