The community living on a Stonebridge estate have expressed fears over their “once in a life time” opportunity to be balloted on redevelopment proposals where they live.
Library campaigners in Cricklewood got a big surprise and welcome boost with a charitable windfall of more than £100,000.
The majority of Brent’s overground station ticket offices could be closed, after Arriva Rail London announced a consultation on their future.
A Kilburn councillor who has been sacked from Brent’s planning committee believes he lost his seat for “voting the wrong way” on applications.
Campaigners working to re-open Cricklewood Library are still waiting to set foot in the new building.
Recently I called a community meeting in Harlesden to discuss policing arrangements in the Harlesden, Kensal Green and Stonebridge areas [see Times, June 21]. This is something that concerns people regularly in my constituency surgeries.
Brent will be included in Sadiq Khan’s extended London’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ), it has been revealed this morning (Friday).
Campaigners against the Cricklewood rail super-hub have been left disappointed after Sadiq Khan refused to intervene.
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.
Brent has seen among the lowest numbers of affordable homes delivered in the last year through a scheme financed by City Hall.
A Kenton primary school is “leading the way” in the ongoing quest to make kids healthier.
Brent Labour Party has launched its manifesto ahead of May’s elections, as it hopes to hold onto the borough for another four-year term.
The Mayor of London has given the green light to new cycle tracks linking Wembley to Willesden Junction.
The chief executive of the £10billion regeneration project across Harlesden and Park Royal is standing down.
Brent had the second highest number of rodent complaints in the capital in the last five years, figures reveal.
The Mayor of London issued a rallying call to young people across the capital today as he launched a new anti-knife campaign saying: ‘Don’t carry a knife, we need you alive’.
The front police counter in Kilburn is being axed by the Mayor’s office leaving only one face-to-face counter in Wembley to serve the whole borough.
A planned strike by London Underground drivers which would have crippled Tube services on Thursday has been called off after progress was made during talks.
Library campaigners in Cricklewood have beaten the odds and smashed their £113,000 fundraising target thanks to the generosity of the local community.
Tickets are still available for a classical concert and ceiligh as the deadline to raise funds for Cricklewood Library ends next Monday.
A disabled Harlesden entrepreneur who battled for funding to launch her healthy food academy is officially celebrating its opening this weekend.
A disabled Harlesden entrepreneur who teaches young people about healthy eating has received a £10,000 pledge from the Mayor of London to help grow her business.
Brent Council have given the green light for developers to build around Wembley’s iconic stadium amid claims the safety of football fans will be threatened.
The Green Party candidate for London Mayor dropped in on Willesden Green residents as part of a whistle-stop tour to launch her manifesto.
The Minister for Zimmer Frames, Ken Livingstone, talks Jeremy Corbyn, anti-Semitism claims and fearing Boris Johnson with Daniel Wittenberg.
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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