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“I encourage the parties to continue to talk, if that’s possible.”

Proposals to redevelop a Sudbury car park for a second time have been rejected by Brent Council - despite a cash pledge by the developer.

Plans to build more than 200 new homes as part of South Kilburn’s major regeneration project were approved despite claims people are being priced out by such schemes.

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

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.

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

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.

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

A Neasden man has been suspended from a Baptist church in Willesden where he volunteers in a row over development plans.

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

Brent cabinet chiefs have bulldozed the Kilburn community’s hopes for the Granville and Carlton centres, which will now be redeveloped into housing and enterprise space.

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

A community in Wembley claims Brent Council is putting profit above people’s safety with its plans to level garages and build four “luxury” bungalows – none of them at social rent.

Brent Council is proposing to replace a Stonebridge leisure centre with a new community hub, despite local opposition – and interest from Raheem Sterling.

England football player and “Brent boy” Raheem Sterling has approached council chiefs to set up a football academy at the controversial Bridge Park site in Stonebridge.

Brent planning chiefs have lifted the maximum capacity for Spurs’ last few games at Wembley Stadium.

Campaigners battling to save a Willesden Green pub are appealing to neighbours to wade in – by the end of today (Thu).

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

A community battling to save a Stonebridge leisure centre is urging supporters to attend a consultation this weekend.

A community in Willesden Green is appealing to developers to keep the wrecking ball away from a popular pub.

Developers who illegally demolished a Kilburn pub have put it up for sale before they have finished rebuilding it.

An American equity firm has aborted the sale of Wembley Park’s regeneration giant three years after buying it.

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