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    Leader welcomes record sentence for investigation

    A landlord guilty of breaching a planning enforcement notice has been ordered to pay a record fine and costs to Barnet Council, after a lengthy and complex investigation led by the council’s planning and Corporate Anti-Fraud Teams (CAFT).

    Last updated: 30 September, 2016

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    Council urges rental property owners to get licenced before deadline

    Barnet Council is urging landlords and agents to get their applications in before 4 October 2016 for their houses in multiple occupation (HMO) - to avoid higher fees or enforcement action and ensure all tenants have a safe home.

    Last updated: 26 September, 2016

    Housing and Community

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    Community centre creates new Hope

    Over 300 guests attended the official opening of the new family-friendly Hope Corner Community Centre last weekend, as part of Barnet’s regeneration of the Dollis Valley Estate.

    Last updated: 22 September, 2016

    Housing and Community

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    Unitas unveiled as Barnet Youth Zone’s official brand name

    Young people from Barnet officially unveiled Unitas as the name of their new £6million OnSide Youth Zone in a special presentation, following a borough-wide vote by 2,000 young people.

    Last updated: 16 September, 2016

    Children, young people and families

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    Healthier eating, healthier Barnet

    Using less salt, changing the type of oil used when cooking and providing sugar free drinks are just a few of the ways Barnet catering businesses are providing residents with healthier eating options.

    Last updated: 15 September, 2016

    Public health

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    Landlady of unlicensed HMO prosecuted

    The landlady of a rented house has been fined more than £6,000 for failing to have a licence or properly manage the property.

    Last updated: 5 September, 2016

    Housing and Community

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