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    Influence Barnet’s health priorities

    Barnet Council is inviting residents to take part in a healthy weight survey and in doing so, influence the borough’s public health priorities for years to come.

    Last updated: 27 November, 2018

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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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    Barnet schools lead the way

    Pupils in Barnet have topped national GCSE league tables this year.

    Last updated: 29 October, 2018

    Schools and education

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    Barnet supports World Mental Health Day

    Today is World Mental Health Day - an important time to reflect on an often overlooked part of our well-being.

    Last updated: 10 October, 2018

    Public health

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    Free blood pressure and diabetes checks

    Come and join our partners at Silver Star to find out more about how to reduce your risk of developing conditions such as diabetes and hypertension, get a blood pressure or diabetes check and find out about what local services are available to support you.

    Last updated: 19 September, 2018

    Public health

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    Thinking of flytipping in north London? Don’t be Crazy!

    A Finchley firm has been ordered to shell out nearly £10,000 after a successful flytipping prosecution by Barnet Council that saw its two vans confiscated for two months.

    Last updated: 4 September, 2018

    Environmental Health

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    Pupils celebrate GCSE exam success

    Provisional results from 16 of the borough’s 24 state maintained mainstream schools predict that pupils in Barnet are set to once again perform better than the national average.

    Last updated: 23 August, 2018

    Schools and education

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    Pupils celebrate 2018 A-level exam success

    Provisional A-level results from 18 of the 20 Barnet schools with a sixth form show that students across the borough are once again set to be celebrating exam success.

    Last updated: 16 August, 2018

    Schools and education

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    Staying safe during the hot weather

    With temperatures set to climb again this week there are a number of practical pointers for vulnerable groups such as older people, young children and those with long term health conditions to help them stay safe.

    Last updated: 23 July, 2018

    Public health

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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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