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Eligible voters in a controversial ballot held in South Kilburn have overwhelmingly said 'yes' to regeneration plans.

Communities in South Kilburn want a controversial regeneration ballot postponed - because 8,000 people cannot vote and others believe it is "too vague" for people to make a real choice.

Dawn Butler MP has nominated a threatened pub in Willesden Green for this year's Parliamentary Pub of the Year.

When Jasmine Fakir moved from her Kingsbury home to take care of her poorly mother she did not expect squatters to move in and try and sell it.

Work has officially started on building 149 new council homes in Harlesden.

A new cleaning service has been launched to maintain Brent's housing estates, billed as giving neighbours more control over services they pay for.

The flagship Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation should not include a controversial tract of land owned by Cargiant, a planning inspector has recommended.

Brent Council has said all 18 homes proposed for the site of two much loved community centres will be council housing - but campaigners are still concerned by proposals to replace the community space with a "social enterprise hub".

A private care home is set to redeveloped to provide more than 60 one-bed "independent living" flats in a six-storey block.

Round two of a battle to save a popular Willesden Green pub from being demolished is to be decided once again by a planning inspector.

Campaigners in South Kilburn took their community activities to the civic centre urging planning chiefs to protect, not dismantle, their vital building.

A grieving daughter has had the rent for her dead mum's Willesden home waived - following a public outcry over the landlord's housing policy.

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

A charity exists within a heritage building in South Kilburn that asks for no council funding yet supports the homeless, those with low and no incomes, and the wider community.

A Wembley landlord has been fined £25,500 for housing breaches including placing more than 25 tenants in a rundown property in Kilburn.

"That's when we realised we were being outflanked - a mosque on both sides."

Plans for more than 100 student homes in a building up to eight storeys high have been given the green light, despite opposition from those living nearby.

The sale of a Dudden Hill college campus involves different organisations "swapping" locations and Brent Council offering a multi-million pound loan to make it all happen.

A former valued youth centre in Wembley will be demolished and replaced by 170 "affordable homes" and a new community centre.

Families celebrated the official opening of a new hub in Kilburn which offers services for those needing support.

Wembley Park is to become a new council ward in Brent as the tower blocks springing up around the stadium see the population in the neighbourhood increase dramatically.

A disabled couple's three-week battle to bring their rescue dog home is finally over after an intervention from a former council leader and a human rights charity.

A huge new development in Alperton that will see 3,000 homes built on derelict land in Alperton has been welcomed by neighbours.

A rogue Willesden Green landlord has been ordered to pay £60,170 and £6k court costs making it the council's biggest fine to date.

A teenager boy's bedroom ceiling came crashing down three years after his mum first started complaining to Brent Council about damp and rainfall in his room.

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