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*Update* Parking consultations – permits + penalties

Brent are consulting about changes in parking permit rates, in particular about linking future pricing to TfL bus fares. The consultation closes on 30 September. You can find out more and submit comments via the link below: Brent also

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Disincentivising recycling

If anyone is planning a trip to the Brent Recycling Centre, be aware it is now operated by West London Recycling and has a number of requirements including pre-booking a time slot and supplying details of your self, your waste

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Sad news from Bliss Chemist

Community pharmacist Mehool H Patel, who owned and ran Bliss Chemist along with his brothers Chirag and Hamansu, died on 23 April at Hammersmith Hospital after contracting Covid-19. Bliss Chemist is a huge presence in our local community, and helps

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Happy holidays to all! (and date of next meeting)

The next BRAT Committee meeting will be on Tuesday 14 January, 7-9pm, at the usual venue (ICMP, 1b Dyne Road, NW6 7XG). Matters to discuss are accumulating already and the full agenda will be posted nearer the time.

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AGM 14.11.19 – all welcome

The BRAT AGM is on Thursday 14 November, 7.00-9.00pm, at the Institute of Contemporary Musical Performance, 1b Dyne Road, NW6 7XG (disabled access via lift). Members and non-members welcome – come and find out about local community affairs. Sneak preview:

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A message from our neighbours: Queen’s Park Gardens Open Day

“Queen’s Park Area Residents’ Association here.  Our Open Gardens & Studios event is on Sunday, 17th June, 1-6pm.A4 Poster  The attached poster has all the information about where to buy tickets.  There will be 31 gardens and artists’ studios open all around

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Protesting about poor roads

This Saturday 27 January, a group of cyclists will be gathering outside the Black Lion on Kilburn High Road. A representative of the Kilburn Times will be also in attendance. The aim is to publicise the very poor condition of

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9 October: an important meeting about Brent spending options

There is an important meeting tomorrow (9 October) about how Brent might spend  (and already has spent) monies levied from developers building in the Borough, as well as much else of local interest. The meeting is open to the public

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Plans for a road/rail freight superhub in Cricklewood

Our attention has been drawn by a nearby Residents Association to a planned vast new transport development in Cricklewood. If you have views, you may like to register them by 18 October, when the public consultation ends. Follow the link

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Clean Air initiative

Clean Air for Brent has been created as a working group to discuss ways in which air pollution can be reduced in Brent. Their first meeting took place early July in Wembley. The second one will be held at Willesden Library on October11.

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