Published on Tuesday 27 January 2015 in Parking, roads and pavements news
Barnet Council’s Environment Committee last night (27th January) agreed to refer the new resident parking permit charges to the Policy and Resources Committee .
Published on Tuesday 27 January 2015 in Children, young people and families news
Applications are now open for talented young sports men and women from Barnet to apply for a share of a £1million funding pot, out to help young sporting stars realise their dreams.
Published on Tuesday 27 January 2015 in Council and democracy news
A scheme has been launched to support residents with dementia by offering them ‘books on prescription’.
Published on Friday 23 January 2015 in Parks, sport and leisure news
The Friends of Childs Hill Park are inviting green fingered residents to help them plant an orchard on Sunday 1st February
Published on Friday 23 January 2015 in Council and democracy news
Barnet Council is once again encouraging residents to sign up to the Big London Energy Switch and save money on their energy bills.
Published on Tuesday 20 January 2015 in Council and democracy news
Residents will have the opportunity to tell the Leader of Barnet Council, Cllr Richard Cornelius, and other chairmen of major committees their views on council priorities.
Published on Tuesday 20 January 2015 in Housing and community news
Barnet Council has welcomed the start of the Public Inquiry into the Compulsory Purchase Order on the West Hendon Estate. The CPO is needed as part of the overall redevelopment of the estate.
Published on Friday 16 January 2015 in Planning, conservation and building control news
The owner of a Grade II listed building in historic Hampstead Garden Suburb who repeatedly ignored council officers’ advice while carrying out building work has been fined £45,000 by magistrates.
Published on Thursday 15 January 2015 in Council and democracy news
Statement from The Communities Together Network below.
Published on Wednesday 14 January 2015 in Libraries news
Residents and community groups are invited to register for one of a series of consultation events about the future of Barnet’s library service.
Published on Monday 12 January 2015 in Council and democracy news
Barnet will mark Holocaust Memorial Day on Sunday 18 January with a service at Middlesex University.
Published on Friday 9 January 2015 in Libraries news
Come along to one of our consultation events to share your views about the proposals for Barnet’s future library service. This is part of a wider public consultation which runs until 22 February 2015.
Published on Friday 9 January 2015 in Council and democracy news
Barnet Council is currently consulting on how it develops and manages its portfolio of public buildings and land which are used by voluntary and community groups.
Published on Wednesday 7 January 2015 in Rubbish, waste and recycling news
With the festive period over, Barnet residents can leave their real Christmas trees next to their green bin on their collection day.
Published on Tuesday 6 January 2015 in Children, young people and families news
Young people across Barnet are being encouraged to get involved in the 2015 UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) elections, which take place from 23rd February to 8th March.
Published on Wednesday 24 December 2014 in Parking enforcement news
The council will be enforcing some, but not all parking restrictions in Barnet over the Christmas period.
Published on Tuesday 23 December 2014 in Emergency planning news
As you may be aware, the London Ambulance Service has been receiving very high numbers of calls in recent weeks and is expecting to be under further pressure over the Christmas and New Year’s period.
Published on Monday 22 December 2014 in Council and democracy news
A tenant who illegally sublet his council home by advertising it on Gumtree just weeks after being handed the keys has received a suspended sentence.
Published on Thursday 18 December 2014 in Council and democracy news
Barnet Council is asking residents for their views on its strategic plan and financial strategy to 2020, including ways in which it can meet its £90 million budget gap.
Published on Wednesday 17 December 2014 in Gritting news
Barnet Council is offering 20 adopted residential roads and 20 schools a chance to receive a one tonne bag of grit and tools to keep their pavements safe during the winter period.
Published on Tuesday 16 December 2014 in Business news
Residents are being warned to be on their guard in the run up to Christmas after trading standards officers seized hundreds of items of suspected counterfeit designer goods during a raid on a shop.
Published on Tuesday 16 December 2014 in Housing and community news
Early plans of a new building which will replace a community centre destroyed by fire have been unveiled.
Published on Monday 15 December 2014 in Public Health news
The West London Alliance (WLA)* has been awarded £1.2M from the DCLG’s Transformation Challenge Award fund to pilot an innovative programme that will integrate employment and mental health support.
Published on Monday 15 December 2014 in Libraries news
A short story writing competition has been launched for young people aged 11 to 16.
Published on Friday 12 December 2014 in Adult social care news
Residents are being asked for their views on proposals for how the council implements changes to the way it provides adult social care as part of the Care Act 2014.
Published on Friday 12 December 2014 in Parks, sport and leisure news
Do you have what it takes to go up against high-level athletes at sports such as netball, basketball and street dancing?
Published on Tuesday 9 December 2014 in Parks, sport and leisure news
A £327,000 project to transform a Cricklewood playground into a brand new ‘pocket park’ is now complete and residents are being invited to celebrate the official opening on Sunday 14th December.
Published on Monday 8 December 2014 in Rubbish, waste and recycling news
Barnet Council has announced its revised waste and recycling collection schedule for the Christmas period.
Published on Thursday 4 December 2014 in Business news
Businesses across Barnet are gearing up for what will inevitably be the busiest shopping period of the year – beginning with Small Business Saturday on 6th December.
Published on Wednesday 3 December 2014 in Regeneration news
Barnet Council has welcomed the announcement that it is set to receive a £56million boost to bring the development of one of its major regeneration schemes forward.