Published on Friday 4 April 2014
A nightclub in Whetstone has had its licence revoked by Barnet Council following concerns from police and residents.
Published on Thursday 3 April 2014
Barnet Council and Re, the Council’s joint venture with Capita, are delivering key initiatives to help improve air quality in the borough, as London is put on alert over high levels of air pollution this week.
Published on Tuesday 11 March 2014
A new project is being launched by Barnet Council to inspire young people about careers in retail.
Published on Thursday 19 December 2013
A licensing application to allow a restaurant to sell alcohol has been rejected by Barnet Council’s Licensing Sub-Committee following concerns from police and ward councillors.
Published on Wednesday 30 October 2013
Businesses in Barnet are being given the opportunity to attend the borough’s first ‘Barnet Means Business’ event on 1 November.
Published on Wednesday 19 June 2013
Keeping vulnerable and older people safe from doorstep crime and rogue traders will form the main theme of this year’s Safeguarding Week (17 to 21 June).
Published on Thursday 29 November 2012
Visitors to North Finchley are in for a treat this Christmas as local traders organise ‘Tally Ho Ho Ho’ a town centre event packed with free family activities and entertainment.
Published on Thursday 4 October 2012
Young people in Barnet are more likely to be in education, employment or training than the majority of their London counterparts.
You’re Hired: Barnet Council announces £1million apprenticeship and employment fund to help Barnet’s businesses and young people
Published on Tuesday 29 May 2012
Barnet Council has announced proposals for £1 million Barnet Skills, Employment and Enterprise Action Plan aimed at supporting 16-24 year old residents.