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    Council’s £1.5million commitment to street repairs

    As part of the Taking Care of Our Neighbourhoods campaign, which sees a number of initiatives being implemented throughout the community, an outlay of £1.5million has been set aside by Barnet Council to repair potholes and damaged road surface across the borough.

    Last updated: 4 August, 2017

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    Enforcement action taken on garden eyesores

    Three garden eyesores have been cleared by Barnet Council after the owners ignored repeated planning enforcement requests to take action.

    Last updated: 20 July, 2017

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    Property company convicted of flouting planning rules

    A property company which illegally converted a former doctor’s surgery into nine flats has been found guilty of planning offences.

    Last updated: 5 July, 2017

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    Heritage volunteers sought

    Residents with an interest in the heritage and history of the borough are being invited to get involved in a project to identify the borough’s most cherished buildings.

    Last updated: 30 June, 2017

    Planning, conservation and building control

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    BOOST Childs Hill project launched

    On 13th April the Worshipful the Mayor of Barnet, Councillor David Longstaff, accompanied by the Mayoress Gillian Griffiths, cut the ribbon to officially launch the second BOOST project in the borough.

    Last updated: 13 April, 2017

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    Contractor fined after damage to protected trees

    A utility company contractor whose workers severed the roots of four protected trees has been fined £3,000 by magistrates.

    Last updated: 19 December, 2016

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    Barnet enforcement officers to wear body cams

    Enforcement officers across the borough are set to wear body cameras to provide greater transparency around the actions of enforcement. The cameras are also being introduced to officers prevent incidents of physical and verbal abuse.

    Last updated: 14 December, 2016

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    Pavement investment programme well underway

    A multimillion pound investment programme has seen improvement works carried out to almost 90 of the borough’s pavements since work began last year.

    Last updated: 20 October, 2016

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    Blue badges seized in successful operation

    Last week saw a successful two-day crackdown on disabled parking badges being used fraudulently, resulting in 17 cases of Blue Badges being misused – the largest amount seized this year.

    Last updated: 11 October, 2016

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    Shocking pictures show why council is taking tough stance to keep Barnet clean

    Smashed up pieces of furniture, old mattresses and a broken TV. You wouldn’t stand for this rubbish being dumped in your front garden; yet this is a daily occurrence on the streets of Barnet.

    Last updated: 2 September, 2016

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