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    Coronavirus outbreak: Statement from our Leader, Cllr Dan Thomas

    The UK has moved from the containment stage of dealing with COVID-19 (the coronavirus) to the delay stage. This means that we are trying to slow the spread in the country. The aim of delaying is to lower the impact the coronavirus will have and to push it away from the winter season.

    Last updated: 13 March, 2020

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    Views sought on Heritage Advisory Panel proposals

    Barnet Council is seeking residents’ views on establishing a new panel to help advise and support decision making on planning applications which may have a significant impact on the heritage of the borough.

    Last updated: 10 March, 2020

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    Londoners should “quit together” to succeed at giving up smoking

    Wednesday 11 March 2020 is National No Smoking Day. Londoners are being invited to use this day as an opportunity to pair up with a friend or loved one and “quit together”.

    Last updated: 9 March, 2020

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    Barnet Council celebrates International Women's Day

    Following the success of Rainbow Week at the end of February, the Barnet Council's Equalities Allies are now planning the next major event for staff – International Women’s Day (IWD), which is being celebrated on Wednesday 11 March.

    Last updated: 6 March, 2020

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    BOOST for jobseekers this National Careers Week

    It’s National Careers Week, so we’d like to bring your attention to our BOOST employment support agency, which helps residents overcome obstacles to finding jobs.

    Last updated: 5 March, 2020

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    Councillors approve Barnet Council’s new annual budget

    Councillors have approved Barnet Council’s budget for the new financial year at a meeting on Tuesday evening (3 March). Barnet Council will have a budget of £465million over the next year, covering services including bin collections, street cleaning, maintaining our roads and pavements, and providing social care for adults and children.

    Last updated: 5 March, 2020

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    Update on coronavirus outbreak (Friday 13 March)

    The coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) is changing rapidly, with more cases being confirmed across the UK, including London, daily.

    Last updated: 28 February, 2020

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    Views sought on transport plans to keep Barnet moving for the next 20 years

    Barnet Council is seeking residents’ views on its long-term transport plans that would cater for the expected growth in the borough’s population over the next 20 years and build on current commuting options.

    Last updated: 25 February, 2020

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    Temporary road closure warning

    Wellhouse Lane will be closed between the A411 (Wood Street) and the bus turn-around area next to Barnet Hospital for emergency resurfacing works to take place from 9pm tonight (Tuesday 25 February).

    Last updated: 25 February, 2020

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    Applications have reopened for free litter picking equipment to community groups this spring

    Last year, £67,981 was allocated by the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) to Barnet Council's Street Scene service as a ‘one off’ fund to help keep the borough clean.

    Last updated: 21 February, 2020

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