Brent Council has introduced a cap on the number of betting shops, payday day loan stores, pawnbrokers and takeaways that can be opened in town centres in the borough.
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A minute silence fell over Barham Park in honour of Remembrance Sunday.
An iconic landmark is back in Harlesden after it was removed to undergo vital repairs.
The Mayor of London claims plans for a new city in the Harlesden and Park Royal area have been left in ‘a mess’ by his predecessor.
Key participants of Dollis Hill’s most iconic strike have seen powerful memories return at an opening exhibition to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
The iconic Jubilee Clock in Harlesden will be removed from the town centre so it can undergo vital repairs.
Brent residents are being urged to take part in a public consultation about proposed parliamentary boundary changes.
Londoners can visit some of Brent’s most unsual buildings, many of which are not usually open to the general public as part of the annual Open House London event.
Queen’s Park has been given a Green Flag Award for the 20th consecutive year.
A council, councillors and campaigners have won their battle to get their popular pub in Kilburn “rebuilt brick by brick” after it was illegally demolished last year.
A secret war time bunker in Dollis Hill used by Sir Winston Churchill received visitors for the first of its two annual openings.
A businessman from Kensal Rise has teamed up with his brother to give a closed down pub a lease of new life by reopening it.
Final submissions for and against the rebuilding of a Kilburn pub unlawfully demolished ended an “unprecedented” public inquiry yesterday.
The credentials of an expert witness involved in the development of an historic pub in Kilburn were called into question this morning.
A public inquiry over the future of a demolished pub in Kilburn heard it is possible to reconstruct the building while retaining its value for the community.
A public inquiry into the shock demolition of a historic pub in Kilburn will begin today.
A blue plaque has been unveiled in Harlesden in honour of a brave Antarctic explorer who died 100 years ago while on an expedition.
Campaigners met to mourn their beloved Kilburn pub a year on from when it was demolished by its owner.
Children from a school in Kilburn have planted a time capsule in a new development in Queen’s Park which will stay buried until 2041.
Willesden’s Town Team showed off their new ‘cat walk’ this weekend when they joined Cllr Lesley Jones, mayor of Brent, for the unveiling of a new feline mosaic on Saturday.
The heritage value of a much loved Kilburn pub demolished without permission by its owner has been put on record.
Residents interested in making their own artistic creations to celebrate the biggest strike in Dollis Hill history can now sign up for a series of workshops.
Plans have started for a big celebration of a Dollis Hill protest that had far reaching consequences for all workers in the UK.
Campaigners in Kilburn left broken hearted after a beloved pub was demolished by its owner last year held a protest to mark their first Valentine’s Day without it.
The first public consultation into plans by the Mayor of London to transform Old Oak Common in Harlesden into a brand new city is taking place today.
The site where a much loved Kilburn pub was demolished by its owner has been listed as an asset of community value.
Worshippers of all faiths and ages gathered at Brent Civic Centre to mark Holocaust Memorial Day to make sure the horrors of genocide and lessons of the past are never forgotten.
Willesden Market will be temporarily moved to Neasden as plans to development its current home in Church Road become a step closer.
As ceremonies take places across the borough to mark Holocaust memorial day, we reflect on a visit taken by sixth formers from Brent last year to Auschwitz in a bid to learn first-hand about the horrors of the Holocaust.
A concert pianist is returning “home” to tell the tale of her Jewish mother who came to live in a children’s hostel in Willesden Green after reaching the country on Kindertransport.
A memorial sculpture in Dollis Hill created by a Jewish prisoner of war has been given Grade II protected status.
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