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  • Loss of Family Housing?
    on Aug 18, 2009
    Large parts of Willesden Green consist of Victorian and Edwardian terrace houses. I am concerned that so many family size houses have been converted to flats or bedsits over the past ten years or so and reducing the stock of larger properties the bo...
  • Building on Willesden Reservoir?
    on Aug 16, 2009
    Thames Water is considering putting in a planning application for 49 dwellings on the “brown field” part of the Reservoir.  Thames Water has delivered leaflets to households most likely to be affected by the development – Harlesden and Kings R...
  • Brent Archives move to Willesden Green
    on Aug 15, 2009
    Willesden certainly benefits from having the Library Centre and the Brent Museum in the town centre. Next month, there will be the official opening of the Brent Archives following its move to the Library Centre from Cricklewood Library. The move wil...
  • Sainsbury's Car Park
    on Aug 15, 2009
    Delighted to report that the Brent Highways Committee have agreed to officer recommendations to remove parking bays in Richmond Avenue, the entry to the supermarket from the High Road. I see this as a sensible decision at last, having urged both the...
  • Jubilee Line Works
    on Aug 14, 2009
    The Jubilee Line and our two local tube stations are affected by engineering works such as track replacement and maintenance. This has required the closure of rail and tube lines on a continual basis and cause aggravation to travellers, especially at...
  • Willesden fly-tips
    on Aug 14, 2009
    Sadly, Willesden tops the list for fly tipping in the borough, with 89 incidents in April, 76 in May and 67 in June. While incidents are decreasing, we must do our bit to stop people dumping to avoid the collection charge brought in by the current L...
  • How Council Services work: 1. Conditions surveys
    on Aug 13, 2009
    A proportion of the council's annual capital and revenue spending programme is set aside for improvements to carriageways and footways identified as being in the greatest need of renewal. Improvements are targeted at roads where no external funding i...
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