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REGENERATION

A judge presiding over the battle for Bridge Park has retired to consider the evidence.

Plans are afoot to transform the canal side in Harlesden complete with boating workshops and a market place.

Campaigners against planned high rises in Cricklewood staged an “awareness raising” protest so people could “know what’s coming”.

The UK’s biggest regeneration project in Old Oak Common is back on track and the mood optimistic despite uncertainty surrounding the Covid pandemic.

A railway station that will serve a major regeneration scheme in Brent Cross has been given the go-ahead by councillors.

Park Royal and Old Oak Common chiefs have welcomed new station designs from HS2 which signal a green light to their own regeneration plans.

Young people living on St Raphael’s Estate have been invited to a free music event in Wembley Park where they’ll have a chance to have their say on regeneration plans for where they live.

Council chiefs want you to have a say on how cash from developers should be spent.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

“Is there any chance of moving from this area?” was the rallying cry at a tense HS2 meeting in South Kilburn.

Campaigners in Brent are “delighted” that developers have delayed the expansion of the Brent Cross Shopping Centre.

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