It has now called for a meeting with Ms Armstrong to press for consideration of an improved committee system to be included in the Local Government Bill, together with the right to present different options to the electorate in a referendum.
Camden's Liberal Democrat group leader, Flick Rea, said that the council's Labour leadership had been forced to accept there was little public support for any of the proposed reforms, following a borough-wide survey earlier this year.
She said talks between political group leaders were underway aimed at hammering out principles which should 'underpin Camden's local government - and to find ways of keeping what is good about the present system'.
She added: 'We are concerned that scrutiny panels will not have enough teeth and there will be too much control placed in too few hands.'
The London Forum, which represents more than 100 groups, passed a resolution calling on the government to amend the draft legislation so councils could consider alternative options.