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Notice of Audit of Accounts

Last updated: 2 October, 2023

Notice of Delay of Publication of Accounts 2022 to 23

Nether Street and West Finchley (Finchley N3)

Last updated: 19 November, 2018

Nether Street was recognised by the mid-14th century as an old street, sometimes called 'Lower Street' in later periods. Essentially an access road to properties and land, the most important of which were Moss Hall (see North Finchley) and Brent Lodge.

Cemetery and crematorium privacy notice

Last updated: 8 January, 2020

Our cemetery and crematorium service manages Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium. We are a multi-faith site and provide cremation and burial services seven days per week. We also provide post funeral services including memorial plaques and cremated remains memorials. The council is required to provide a funeral if the person is unable to pay for the funeral out of their estate. This is called a public health funeral.

Parking Services - NSL Contract

Last updated: 29 October, 2020

The London Borough of Barnet entered into a new contract with NSL Ltd on 1 November 2018 to deliver its parking enforcement and related services.  The contract is currently being prepared for publication and will be available on this page. The previous contract with NSL, which was entered into on 1 April 2012, is published here.

Child employment and licensing

Last updated: 19 November, 2018

Child performance licensing Child performance licensing form for applicants or parents who require a Child Performance Licence for a child or young person to be able to work in film, television, theatre or modelling.

Housing inspections

Last updated: 19 October, 2023

Hendon Aerodrome

Last updated: 19 November, 2018

Local factory owners Everett and Edgecumbe experimented at Colindale with a plane, nicknamed the Grasshopper, between 1908 and 1910. Sadly the plane never got airborne. In 1910 the Daily Mail newspaper staged a flying race to Manchester. Louis Paulhan, a Frenchman, flew from Colindale and succeeded in winning the competition. It was the first flight from Hendon.

Brockley Hill

Last updated: 19 November, 2018

At the very north western corner of the London Borough of Barnet north of Edgware on the A5 is Brockley Hill. 'Brock' is an old word for badger, and ley was used to describe an opening in the woods. Brockley Hill is well known as the site of a Roman settlement

Edgware, Mill Hill and Burnt Oak Population

Last updated: 19 November, 2018

The population statistics for Edgware are consistent, but only include the area of the old parish of Edgware. The area called the Hale is popularly associated with Edgware, but those statistics were included within those of Mill Hill for at least a century. Before the late 1920s Burnt Oak's population was so small that it was included with those of the Hyde in Hendon.

Your rewards and benefits

Last updated: 14 September, 2023

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