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    Property company convicted of flouting planning rules

    A property company which illegally converted a former doctor’s surgery into nine flats has been found guilty of planning offences.

    Last updated: 5 July, 2017

    Planning, conservation and building control

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    Heritage volunteers sought

    Residents with an interest in the heritage and history of the borough are being invited to get involved in a project to identify the borough’s most cherished buildings.

    Last updated: 30 June, 2017

    Planning, conservation and building control

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    Advice on staying safe during the heatwave

    With temperatures set to remain high there are a number of practical pointers for vulnerable groups such as older people, young children and those with long term health conditions to help them stay safe.

    Last updated: 20 June, 2017

    Adult social care

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    Building carer-friendly communities

    Last updated: 14 June, 2017

    Adult social care

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    Celebrating the people who make a difference this Volunteers' Week

    Last updated: 31 May, 2017

    Housing and Community

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    Consultation begins on new Thameslink station

    Residents are being invited to give their views on proposals which will see a new Thameslink station in Brent Cross delivered nine years earlier than originally planned.

    Last updated: 28 March, 2017

    Regeneration

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    Putting down the pipe: The truth about shisha

    Last updated: 9 January, 2017

    Public health

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    Keeping safe, warm and well over winter

    Barnet Council and its Public Health partners are calling on residents to help make sure elderly and vulnerable Barnet neighbours stay safe, warm and well this winter.

    Last updated: 30 December, 2016

    Public health

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    Contractor fined after damage to protected trees

    A utility company contractor whose workers severed the roots of four protected trees has been fined £3,000 by magistrates.

    Last updated: 19 December, 2016

    Planning, conservation and building control

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    Eighth successful housing prosecution welcomed

    Two companies and a company director who illegally rented out his property without having the correct licence in place have been fined more than £6,000 in the courts.

    Last updated: 7 December, 2016

    Housing and Community

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