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'Help to Buy' is Working

Since Labour’s financial crisis, hardworking people have been priced off the property ladder because of the large deposits you have to put down. That’s why we introduced Help to Buy - to make it easier to get a mortgage by cutting the deposits you need.

TREES DAMAGED BY STORM ST.JUDE

Cllr Hugh Rayner inspects Hale ward for damage after Monday night’s windy weather. “Although, there is damage, most is slight and repairable. Unfortunately, the trees haven’t fared quite so well. With several trees falling across Hale ward’s open areas” 

"The land of hope is Tory"

This week in Manchester we’ve shown this Party is on the side of hardworking people. The PM's speech in full  

Plaque unveiling, former Officers’ Mess, Millbrook Estate

A plaque recording the tenure of Inglis Barracks, Mill Hill, by the Middlesex Regiment from 1905 till 1966, was unveiled on the façade of the former Officers’ Mess on 14 August 2013 by Martin Russell, deputy Lord Lieutenant for Barnet at a ceremony attended by the Mayor, Cllr Melvin Cohen, the President of the Middlesex Regimental Association, Col Rex Cain, local councillors John  Hart and Sury Khatri and Major Paddy O’Brien, the former DLL, whose  sub-committee ensured  the retention of the Mess buildings and their curtilage when all else on the barracks site was marked for demolition in order to create new housing.

A victory for common sense

Our issue with locating another school on The Fairway has always been concerned with traffic. The traffic situation in The Fairway and surrounding roads is not great at the moment, especially around school start and finish times. But it is manageable.

Update on Scratchwood Open Space

Scratchwood Open Space for those of you who are unaware, is located on the left as you travel north towards Stirling Corner.It is a wonderful area of parkland owned by the LBB and enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.

Fun in Grahame Park

The Grahame Park Fun Day was held last weekend, with Matthew Offord MP and Miss Nneka Akwaeze and Mrs Golnar Bokaei of the Association's Colindale Ward Team attending.