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    Barnet schools win record numbers of STARS

    This week has seen nearly 100 Barnet schools receiving their 2016 Sustainable Travel: Active, Responsible, Safe (STARS) awards at the Transport for London (TfL) seminars in central London.

    Last updated: 21 October, 2016

    Environmental Health and Trading Standards

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    Council joins forces against hate crime

    Barnet Council and the police joined forces with Barnet Mencap and local voluntary and community organisations this week to improve access to justice for victims of hate crime.

    Last updated: 13 October, 2016

    Housing and Community

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    Barnet library changes information sessions

    Barnet Council is holding a series of public information sessions throughout October and November 2016 on upcoming borough-wide changes to library services.

    Last updated: 12 October, 2016

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    Council's successful World Mental Health Day

    Approximately 60 Barnet residents took part in World Mental Health Day (WMHD) at a community-led event on Monday 10 October to raise awareness of “Mental Health First Aid for All”.

    Last updated: 11 October, 2016

    Public health

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    Barnet receives Cleaner Air Borough status

    Barnet has been awarded Cleaner Air Borough (CAB) status, for effectively monitoring and reducing air pollution.

    Last updated: 7 October, 2016

    Environmental Health and Trading Standards

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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

    Housing and Community

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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

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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