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It was the “end of an era” this afternoon as Wembley Stadium’s iconic walkway ramp was demolished after serving customers for 46 years.

Campaigners desperately trying to save a 19th century rustic villa in Stonebridge have slammed the council’s new heritage documents.

A Cricklewood community are staging a social distancing demonstration against plans to build multi-storey high rises.

Brent Council will use the “resources and expertise” of a housing association to support its approach to housebuilding over the next five years.

The regeneration plans around Old Oak and Park Royal have been reset, planning chiefs told London Assembly members during a budget committee grilling.

The UK’s largest secondhand car dealership has been saved after local authority developers abandoned plans to use its land for thousands of homes.

Environmental lawyers have asked Brent Council to provide “evidence-based” carbon reduction targets – and make sure it can hit them through new planning policies.

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

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.

The planning authority leading redevelopment of Old Oak and Park Royal and chief objector Cargiant have been told to end their “dispute” as a meeting came to an “inconclusive” end.

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.

The plan to build an Old Oak and Park Royal community is beset by complexities, risks and uncertainty that is putting the multi-billion pound vision into jeopardy.

Campaigners fighting to save a Willesden Green pub from the wrecking ball have slammed Brent Council for missing three statutory deadlines ahead of a developer’s appeal.

Harlesden neighbours have voted overwhelming to have influence over developments where they live.

The Harlesden Neighbourhood Plan is going to the polls today in a referendum that will give the community influence over planning decisions.

Brent council’s planning team has won a national award in recognition of the projects, plans and commitments it makes in the borough.

Neighbours in Alperton still have questions over what will be Brent’s tallest tower – with preparatory works already getting underway.

Neighbours crowded into a pair of lively meetings to better understand the plans for their Stonebridge estate – which could be flattened and rebuilt.

Campaigners have won the first stage of their battle to stop Brent Council redeveloping the Bridge Park Community Centre.

The “starting gun has now been fired” in Old Oak Common with a £250m cash injection from the government to kickstart the multi- billion pound regeneration project.

Three huge disused yellow container cranes that have stood in Willesden for 30 years have been removed to make way for a major new HS2 rail hub.

Community members fighting for the future of Bridge Park Community Centre in Stonebridge must wait for their fate as the High Court deliberates over a day of evidence.

Cabinet chiefs have given a green light to a new leisure centre in Stonebridge – a fortnight before its due in court over the contested land.

A used-car enterprise in Willesden Junction has declared war on the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) over a multi-billion pound regeneration project.

Tensions rose at two community meetings held by the council over plans to regenerate or refurbish a vast council estate in Stonebridge.

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