Brent Council received more than 3,000 complaints about potholes last year, figures reveal.
Imagine someone leaving a tap running for five years.
Photographers have been out and about this morning capturing the beauty of last night’s snow fall in Brent.
Rail users are calling on TfL to clear the “disgusting” carpets of chewing gum from the platforms at one of Brent’s busiest Tube stations.
A newly refurbished gastropub is opening in Kensal Green just in time for festive drinks.
Harlesden schoolkids helped a developer plant 100 saplings in their local park to offset the effects of carbon emissions at a nearby development.
Pupils from a primary and secondary school in Kenton joined forces to plant hundreds of bulbs to raise awareness of polio.
Spurs have put in a request to play 17 extra matches at Wembley Stadium before they return to White Hart Lane, with objections mounting from those living nearby.
The 100,000 carrier bags given out by Wembley greengrocers each week and 160,000 disposable cups used at each Wembley Stadium event are among the targets of a new plastic-free campaign.
A river blighted with sewage pouring out of people’s toilets in Kenton has led to a giant community effort to start replanting flowers.
A garden specifically for people with dementia has opened in Kilburn - the first of its kind in Brent.
The ramp that has led crowds up to Wembley Stadium for 44 years is to be demolished and replaced with steps.
In a further blow to the Brent community Barnet councillors gave the green light for a rubbish dump on the borough borders.
Two machetes were amongst the rubbish picked up by volunteers cleaning up a Kingsbury park.
The controversial decision over whether to demolish the Wembley Stadium pedway ramp will be heard next week.
Brent Council still has more than £20.5million tied up in fracking companies despite pledging to move its pension investments away from fossil fuels, it is believed.
More of Wembley Stadium’s iconic arch is set to disappear from view after council chiefs agreed changes to surrounding developments.
Plans for new canalside housing in Alperton have been given the green light despite opposition from a neighbouring business.
Neighbours gathered at Brent Civic Centre to shine a light on the council’s “destructive” plan for Northwick Park this week.
A campaigner is at his wits’ end over LED streetlights that still aren’t shining from a Kilburn bridge – despite promises from Brent Council they would be installed months ago,
Queen’s Park has been recognised and rewarded for its eco credentials.
“Is there any chance of moving from this area?” was the rallying cry at a tense HS2 meeting in South Kilburn.
Years of dust, noise and pollution around homes and a primary school are set to be the top concerns at a meeting with HS2 chiefs scheduled for tomorrow night in Kilburn.
Cash-strapped Brent Council’s unusual plan to save money by not cutting the grass in green spaces is ruining them for everyone except the bees, parents say.
Inventing a revolutionary way to tackle water wastage has won home-schooled boys from Willesden Green a top award and “commercial interest” from businesses.
Furious neighbours say a sea of rubbish has been piling up by the railway tracks in Willesden for a year – and bosses have done nothing to clear it.
Campaigners have spoken of their disappointment after the new local government secretary refused their plea for a public inquiry into the Cricklewood Rail super-hub.
A large mural near Kilburn Tube straddling the Brent/Camden border has been blighted by graffiti – but only the Camden side of it has been cleaned.
Park users across Brent have found their local green spaces taken over by large swaths of knee-length, uncut grass – but the council says letting it grow will benefit bees and other wildlife in the long run.
A councillor has dreamt up a cure for the mattress dumping epidemic in Brent – making landlords tag them all.
You wait ages for a bus and then three come along at once.
Kingsbury neighbours say vehicles mounting the pavement outside their homes to dodge parked cars opposite have left the road unstable and unsafe.
Brent will be included in Sadiq Khan’s extended London’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ), it has been revealed this morning (Friday).
An entire award-winning Chelsea Flower Show garden, inspired by a young person’s journey with HIV, is being moved to a council estate in Kilburn.
A brand new theatre is set to open in Wembley Park this autumn, with a capacity of up to 2,000.
Air quality campaigners want “radical action” after Sadiq Khan’s audit found children at two primary schools in Brent are routinely exposed to illegal levels of pollution.
Campaigners in Dollis Hill have lost their fight to avoid a dump and aggregrate site which will blight their corner of Brent.
Villagers in Roe Green have a fresh fight on their hands as an appeal is lodged to put commercial football pitches in a nearby secondary school.
Rotting birds and mounds of excrement that fall from a bridge in Willesden are blighting the lives of motorists and pedestrians - but rail chiefs claim they have no cash to sort it out.
Neighbourhood campaigners are calling on Brent Council to be more transparent when it comes to planning decisions.
Kilburn’s most outspoken councillor is accusing the town hall of a graveside “cover up” after contractors clearing supposedly safe soil were photographed wearing protective breathing masks.
Diesel car drivers in Brent could soon start paying a £50 levy for parking permits under plans to clean up the borough’s filthy air.
Primary pupils in Kilburn hosted their first fashion show with bespoke clothing they made in a school project.
Brent councillors are demanding a public inquiry following Barnet’s green light for a rail “super-hub” in the face of huge opposition.
A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.
Education and Training
Brent & Kilburn Times