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Sudbury neighbours are urging Brent’s planning chiefs to reject “excessive over-development plans” for a repair site near their homes.

Campaigners in Brent are “delighted” that developers have delayed the expansion of the Brent Cross Shopping Centre.

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.

Brent councillors this week awarded themselves a 17.6 per cent pay rise – but slashed the extra allowances for people sitting on scrutiny committees.

Hours of traffic jams, parking problems and anti-social behaviour around Wembley Park are just a few of the local concerns around the proposed £800million sale of Wembley Stadium.

Brent’s Liberal Democrats have pledged to fight back in next month’s local election after severe losses in 2014.

The cost of dying in Brent is set to increase by hundreds of pounds in a budget proposal passed by the council’s cabinet.

Prosecution chiefs have been slammed by an anti-crime campaigner after dismissing a trial to bring an alleged group of knife carriers to justice.

Environmental officers are investigating whether leaking paint during a devastating factory blaze has contaminated the Welsh Harp reservoir.

Petitions objecting to a rubbish dump being located near homes and an infant school in Dollis Hill have gained more than 1,400 signatures in a fortnight.

Brent and Barnet councils have been slammed by residents of Dollis Hill who claim neither care the area will be blighted by Brent Cross regeneration plans.

Brent Council is to charge residents £35 to dispose of bulky waste from next month.

A Brent councillor has defended former London mayor Ken Livingstone after he was suspended from the Labour Party for saying Hitler was once a Zionist.

Residents in Brent are being urged to respond to a consultation over parking charges.

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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.

The Granville has begun taking bookings for workspaces and events ahead of its opening this spring.

Brent Clinical Commissioning Group has announced changes to the community’s cardiology service.

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