WEMBLEY MATTERS Campaigning for environmental and social justice
Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Residents and allies win public footpath fight with Harrow School
From the Opne Spaces Society Local residents, backed by the Open Spaces Society,the Ramblers and the Harrow Hill...
Monday, 24 April 2017
Decision deferred (again): Harrow Council debacle over Harrow School planning application
There will be red faces at Harrow Council over a mess up that means that Wednesday's planning application by Harrow school has been ...
Sunday, 23 April 2017
Thousands of French Londoners queue to vote for their new president in Wembley
Wembley Park was pretty busy today with fans arriving for the Arsenal v Manchester City match converging with thousands of French Lon...
Saturday, 22 April 2017
Brent Council patches up after crack up
Former councillor Paul Lorber, now apparently prospective Liberal Democrat candidate for Brent North, drew attention recently to the de...
Residents' views on Wembley Stadium events & capacity increase now on record
Wembley Matters drew attention recently to the fact that the Minutes for the March 23rd Planning Committee failed to record the content of ...
Friday, 21 April 2017
After closing half its libraries Brent Council agrees Memorandum of Understanding with volunteer libraries
The Brent Council Cabinet is set to approve a Memorandum of Understanding on Community Libraries at its meeting on Monday. In 2011 the ...
'Is Trike's grant of up to £1m fair?' asks ex-councillor
It looks as if a proposal by Brent Council to pay the Tricycle Theatre a grant of up to £1m for a renovation project is...
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