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Autumn 2015 Newsletter

2015 Autumn Newsletter

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Annual General Meeting – James Baldwin Room Tricycle Theatre 7:30pm 18 November

The annual general meeting will choose officers for the year ahead and this year will also hear from Simon Wooley, Chair of the recenty established Kilburn Neighbourhood Forum

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Hustings for the Hampstead and Kilburn Parliamentary Constituency

The Hampstead and Kilburn constituency is the most marginal seat in England as most readers will know. The candidates at the forthcoming general election have agreed to attend a number of hustings, at venues in the local area, to help

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Willesden Lane Improvement Plan – Presentation to Stakeholders

Please follow the link to Anna Dennerman’s presentation to resident and business representatives setting out some inspiring ways to improve the environment at the southern end of Willesden Lane. Stakeholder Group Presentation 1 – RFS

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Committee Meeting – Summary

Brat held its bi-monthly committee meeting on Tuesday 4th March. Some of the key points are below:  # Al Forsyth distributed copies of Brent Council’s consultation regarding the licensing of landlords. These will be distributed to households in the BRAT

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Meeting with Glenda Jackson MP

On Thursday 16th January, BRAT members Mary O’Connor and David Evans attended a meeting at the House of Commons called by the MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, Glenda Jackson. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss aspirations for the

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Learning from Kilburn – Update

The Learning from Kilburn Project continues until March 2014. More details can be found here: http://learningfromkilburn.com/about or by contacting the project’s director, Tom Keeley – Tel: 07779 035 877; Email: info@learningfromkilburn.com. Please attend these sessions if you can and share

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Betting Shops – Meeting with Ed Miliband

Long time BRAT member, Paul Schulte, along with other members of the local community, met with Ed Miliband before Christmas to discuss the surge in the number of betting shops on the High Road. It is good to see that

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Willesden Lane Improvement Plan – Update

There have been three recent developments in respect of BRAT’s aspiration to improve the southern part of Willesden Lane: 1) the committee has agreed to support the investigation of forming an additional (pedestrian) access into Old Paddington Cemetery. A copy

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Brent Council’s consultation on licensing private sector landlords

Brent is consulting the public on its proposed licensing scheme for private sector landlords. This is welcomed, as it will provide a way for the council to control unacceptable forms of accommodation, such as ‘beds in sheds’. However, unfortunately, it

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