Local Government Wards- History of North West Camden changes

The Local Government Boundary Commission of England are consulting until 11th November 2019 on new proposed ward boundaries in Camden. Here is a map of the new proposed wards. When we saw the proposals we were puzzled by the proposed changes so decided to investigate how Electoral Wards have changed over time in North West …

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Newsletter 18th July 2021

What an eventful last 2 weeks, lows and highs a plenty. On the 6th July Kilburn erupted in celebrations after Italy’s victory in the Euro 2020. On the 7th July celebrations again after England’s victory, with people dancing on cars. Sadly no repeat of the celebrations on the 11th July! Maybe they should have spent …

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Newsletter 4th July 2021

Our neighbourhood has been let down very badly by the 2 Councils that cover our area! Be it the piles of uncollected rubbish that clutter our pavements, the disastrous state of disrepair of our pavements, the constant unenforced illegal parking, the pollution or simply the lack of timely intervention when pedestrians’ life is clearly put …

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Newsletter 16th June 2021

It is getting hot! Hopefully the play water feature in Grange Park will reopen this summer. Sadly it has not been available for 3 years. Come on Camden, you can do better, kids are begging you to sort it out! Don’t miss the filming of “Trigger Point” in South Kilburn! Filming is taking place in …

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Newsletter 31st May 2021

The last 2 weeks have seen large “Thunderplumps”in Kilburn. Luckily the weather goods listened and we eventually got a nice and sunny bank holiday weekend. Several water features became prominent on the High Road, facilitating active travel. Pedestrians were delighted by the free muddy showers. The lake outside Bokor, became a small sea, splashes were …

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Newsletter 16th May 2021

Are you ready for the grand re-opening of some of our favorite local Restaurants and Pubs on 17th May? There cetainly was a surge of cleaning/refreshing activity this week and some great relief and optimism from the business owners. Our local businesses really need your support now, as the available grants barely covered their running …

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Letter sent to Brent Council re new 1000 Council Housing units on 4th May 2021

Dear Brent, You are publicising heavily that you are planning to build 1000 new Council homes between 2019 and 2024 in Brent. This aim is more than laudable. However it looks like most of them will be built in the Kilburn area, ie they will be concentrated in a small land area. We are aware …

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Newsletter 3rd may 2021

Welcome back! So happy that life is slowly returning to some kind of normality with our local businesses having reopened or about to re-open on the 17th May. Even during lockdown Kilburn High Road was busy simply because it hosts a myriad of essential businesses. With the lockdown easing, please support our local businesses. It …

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Why the in-fills in Kilburn Square should be stopped…

Why the in-fills in Kilburn Square should be stopped…. According to the 2011 census, Kilburn has a very high population density on the Brent and Camden sides. In 2011, the Population density in Brent Kilburn ward was 18110 persons per Square Kilometre, ie by far the most densely populated ward in Brent. This obviously doesn’t …

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