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Neighbours in and around Welsh Harp are urging Barnet Council to refuse an application to build housing on nearby Metropolitan Open Land.

Green-fingered pupils from a Kenton secondary school put £56,000 funding to good use by transforming an area of Woodcock Park, which had fallen into disrepair.

The loss of a public toilet in Neasden is causing a stink among members of the community who fear vulnerable people will urinate on nearby walls.

There is "sign of progress" in getting step-free access Willesden Green Tube station, according to Brent's City Hall member.

Kilburn's community has hit out at the disrepair of its main high street which will hold a mile-long party in the summer as part of Brent Borough of Culture.

A Willesden Green schoolboy has scooped the top prize in Brent's Wildlife Photo Competition for the second time.

Council officers have promised an audience in Harlesden "a change of approach" which could see greater protection of the borough's trees.

A Willesden Green teenager has launched a petition to have lights installed at skate park in a Harlesden park to encourage sporty youngsters and deter crime.

Neighbours living in a conservation area in Mapesury have launched a petition to stop the "destruction" of their pavements.

Polluting traffic was banished and children encouraged to play freely in eight Brent streets as the council took part in the World Car-Free Day.

Brent's environmental activists, politicians, trade unionists, students and council staff held a rally in Wembley Park this morning in solidarity with the global climate strike.

A library campaigner is calling out for a new location for bright colourful murals in Wembley Central which must make way for housing.

Roe Green neighbours have received a four-figure compensation payout after winning a fierce three-year battle to stop floodlit football pitches in their village.

Cyclists could be officially allowed to use their local parks as the council seeks to revoke a byelaw that currently prevents them from doing so.

Environment campaigners say plans for the Kensal Corridor fail to address bus numbers and soaring pollution in Kensal Rise.

A derelict piece of land in Stonebridge has been turned into an edible garden for the whole community to enjoy.

Neighbours are at their wits' end in Willesden as the scourge of fly-tipping on their L-shaped street appears to be never ending.

Budding photographers with an eye for Brent's bountiful wildlife are encouraged to send in their snaps and win a prize.

A Wembley fitness instructor is organising a free "plogging" event to help care for the environment with a special reward for participants.

An 'armchair bandit' from Dollis Hill has been fined more than £2,000 after being caught in the act dumping his furniture on a pavement.

Climate campaigners against investment in fossil fuels took their protest directly to a Barclays bank in Wembley.

Lambs, chicken and guinea pigs have moved into a primary school in Wembley to be part of the pupils' learning experience.

A bee corridor will bring a burst of colour to Brent's parks this summer and provide food for pollinating insects.

The familiar site of discarded chewing gum at suburban Tube stations is likely to remain - as transport chiefs admit defeat in ending the scourge.

A community has accused Brent of neglecting Dollis Hill after a vast hole was left for 10 days and street light repairs for a year.

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