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  • September 2016
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    Leader welcomes record sentence for investigation

    A landlord guilty of breaching a planning enforcement notice has been ordered to pay a record fine and costs to Barnet Council, after a lengthy and complex investigation led by the council’s planning and Corporate Anti-Fraud Teams (CAFT).

    Last updated: 30 September, 2016

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    Council urges rental property owners to get licenced before deadline

    Barnet Council is urging landlords and agents to get their applications in before 4 October 2016 for their houses in multiple occupation (HMO) - to avoid higher fees or enforcement action and ensure all tenants have a safe home.

    Last updated: 26 September, 2016

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    Community centre creates new Hope

    Over 300 guests attended the official opening of the new family-friendly Hope Corner Community Centre last weekend, as part of Barnet’s regeneration of the Dollis Valley Estate.

    Last updated: 22 September, 2016

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    Resident satisfaction remains high

    Last updated: 14 September, 2016

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    Barnet and Camden constituency GLA election results 2016

    Andrew Dismore has been elected the new London Assembly candidate for the Barnet and Camden constituency following the GLA elections on 5 May 2016.

    Last updated: 5 September, 2016

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    Landlady of unlicensed HMO prosecuted

    The landlady of a rented house has been fined more than £6,000 for failing to have a licence or properly manage the property.

    Last updated: 5 September, 2016

    Housing and Community

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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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    Japanese Deputy Prime Minister and dignitaries pay special visit to Barnet

    Barnet’s Japanese community celebrated its special relationship in the borough during an event at Hendon Cemetery on Saturday July 30th, 2016.

    Last updated: 2 September, 2016

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    Blue badge cheats convicted

    Two drivers caught by council counter-fraud officers illegally using disabled parking badges have been fined £800 by magistrates.

    Last updated: 2 September, 2016

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    Blue badge cheats brought before the courts

    Five blue badge cheats caught illegally using disabled parking permits have been brought before the courts.

    Last updated: 2 September, 2016

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