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Willesden Green Library Centre decision expected to be made in February

08:00 15 December 2012

Campaigners hand out stickers and get petitions signed outside Willesden Green Library

Campaigners hand out stickers and get petitions signed outside Willesden Green Library

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Residents can register their opinions until January

A decision whether or not to grant the controversial Willesden Green Library Centre plans the green light will not be made until at least February next year.

The news comes as confusion was rife as to when the deadline for registering comments and objections was.

It was previously thought the deadline was this month but residents will now have until at least January to register comments both for and against.

Email willesden.regeneration@brent.gov.uk to register your opinions.

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