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Residents oppose rooftop bar plans over privacy and safety concerns

Residents have slammed plans to put a roof-top bar above a block of residential flats in North London over fears it will attract drunken...

North London Borough sees surge in demand for primary school places: Over 84% get first choice

The overwhelming majority of infant and primary-aged pupils in one North London borough were offered one of their top three preferred schools, the council...

Controversy over redevelopment of vacant car wash into flats with no affordable housing

A plan to turn a vacant North London car wash into 13 new flats would provide no affordable housing as having any would make...

Byron Court battle: Local community rallies against forced academisation

A prominent North London councillor has publicly called on the government to intervene in the ‘deeply unpopular’ forced academisation of a local community school following...

Dollis Hill restaurant wins battle for extended alcohol license amidst harassment claims

A North London restaurant owner claims a neighbour has a ‘personal vendetta’ against their business after a stream of objections were made against its...

Calls for greater safety measures to protect children after 15 accidents in 5 years at school road junction

Brent residents are urging the council to install safety measures at an ‘intimidating’ junction near a school to make children safer and encourage more...

Harrow residents divided over Tesco towers development plan

Plans for ten new tower blocks up to 13-storeys high have been submitted. More than 500 homes and a new Tesco store are planned...

Brent council cracks down on illegal waste collectors with £1,000 fines

A North London council has warned residents that they face fines of up to £1,000 for using unlicensed waste collectors, even if it is...

Harrow council’s housing oversight impacts vulnerable resident, prompting compensation and sparking reform efforts

A man with severe mental health problems and a learning disability has received a payout from Harrow Council after being left in housing that...

London Councillors urge government action as Paan chewing sparks hygiene and health concerns

A North London councillor has called on the government to ban the use of a chewing tobacco popular amongst the South East Asian community...

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