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    Victoria Lodge update

    Planning consent for six flats to be built on the site of the Victoria Lodge was refused by Barnet Council’s Planning Committee in September 2018. The Planning Inspectorate subsequently granted permission following an appeal by the applicant.

    Last updated: 26 November, 2018

    Planning, conservation and building control

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    Views sought on Council Tax Support scheme

    Barnet Council has launched a public consultation in relation to its Council Tax Support scheme. The consultation began on Thursday, 18 October and will run until Thursday, 29 November.

    Last updated: 5 November, 2018

    Council tax and benefits

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    Jail for builder who ignored enforcement action

    A builder who blighted his street by storing debris and construction materials outside his home, has been jailed for failing to clear the land.

    Last updated: 19 April, 2018

    Planning, conservation and building control

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    Resident fined more than £50,000 for illegal extensions

    A Magistrate has found a Barnet resident guilty of breaching three separate planning enforcement notices.

    Last updated: 15 March, 2018

    Planning, conservation and building control

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    Barnet Council celebrates National Apprenticeship Week

    The Burnt Oak Opportunity Support Team (BOOST) and the National Careers Service will be promoting work and apprenticeship options at Brent Cross Shopping Centre this Friday.

    Last updated: 9 March, 2018

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    Suspected loan shark arrested in Barnet

    A 47 year-old woman was arrested this morning (20 February 2018) on suspicion of illegal money lending and money laundering, following an operation in Barnet.

    Last updated: 20 February, 2018

    Environmental Health and Trading Standards

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    Suspected fake designer goods seized

    Shoppers are being encouraged to heed consumer advice this Christmas after Barnet Trading Standards officers seized hundreds of suspected counterfeit designer handbags during raids on shops in the borough.

    Last updated: 19 December, 2017

    Environmental Health and Trading Standards

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    CPO decision on Brent Cross Cricklewood confirmed

    The Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration scheme will create a sustainable new town centre for Barnet and North London and will bring over 7,500 news homes, substantial commercial and retail space and improved transport links over 151 hectares.

    Last updated: 8 December, 2017

    Regeneration

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    Barnet Council invests in low emission vehicles

    Improving air quality throughout the borough remains a priority for Barnet Council, with the council adding five new environmentally-friendly vehicles to its fleet.

    Last updated: 4 December, 2017

    Environmental Health and Trading Standards

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    New Thameslink station to be named Brent Cross West

    The move to build a new Thameslink station, as part of Brent Cross Cricklewood scheme, is one step closer following Barnet Council’s decision to name the new rail line Brent Cross West.

    Last updated: 29 November, 2017

    Regeneration

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