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Plans to demolish the lodge in Victoria Park and replace it with a block of flats have been refused.
Prime Place have had plans for 188 homes on part of the Inglis Barracks site approved.
Hunter REIM’s plans for a £7m refurbishment of The Spires shopping centre in Barnet have been approved.
Barnet Council has approved its plan to relocate its civic HQ to Colindale.
Barnet Council and its development partners, Argent Related and Hammerson and Standard Life Investments, have signed the development agreement for Brent Cross Cricklewood.
Fairview New Homes have submitted plans for a 122 home development in Cricklewood.
The Chief Executive of Barnet Council has resigned, following the difficulties during the Mayoral election.
Barnet Council’s Planning Committee have approved plans for a new community hub to be constructed in East Finchley.
Plans for Barnet Council’s new civic centre have been approved.
Barnet Council has approved a Joint Venture with Argent Related to take forward the future development of Brent Cross South, the 180-acre area south of the Brent Cross shopping centre.
Lindon Homes have had plans approved for 114 homes on the site of a former nurses home in Arkley.
Comer Homes are progressing plans for 1200 homes on the North London Business Park site occupied by Barnet Council.
The Old Oak & Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) has issued its Local Plan for consultation, which sets out the vision for the transformation of the area, details of distinctive parts of the regeneration site and planning policies for future … Continue reading
Saracens rugby club are looking at setting up a free school in Colindale.
Willmott Dixon has agreed to buy part of Millbrook Park from The Inglis Consortium to develop 188 homes.
Barnet Council’s draft Parks and Open Spaces Strategy is going out for consultation.
Transport services and town centres in West London have been given a New Year boost, as the Mayor of London and Transport for London (TfL) have confirmed £148 million in funding for improvement projects in the London’s boroughs in 2016/17.
Demolition of the towers on the Stonegrove Estate in Edgware has been completed.
Burnt Oak is to get a new £6 million OnSide youth centre.
Barratt London has been granted approval for a variation to plans to redevelop the Stonegrove Estate in Edgware.