Tag Archives: Kilburn High Road

Next Kilburn Area Action Group on 23rd Jan

The next Kilburn Area Action Group is on 23 Jan, at Kilburn Library from 7-9pm.  We’ll be discussing transport and road improvements, particularly to the High Road, and also the Camden Plan, which sets out the council’s vision for the next five years. Do come along – it’s open to all residents, and gives local […]

Camden backs new local campaign against legal loan sharks

An energetic new campaign spanning Camden and Brent has organised a key event tomorrow (Wednesday) night in Wembley to highlight growing concern about legal loansharks. Many, like me, are worried about the proliferation of payday lenders in our area and the consequences for residents who, through dire economic circumstances and the impact of welfare reform, […]

Regenerating the High Road

Local MP Glenda Jackson is hosting a meeting for Kilburn residents and business on 29 August to discuss how we can make the High Road a better place to work and live. We’re fortunate to be joined by the leaders of both Camden and Brent councils (Cllr Sarah Hayward and Cllr Mo Butt), so there’ll […]

Boris cuts Kilburn police

Last year, when Boris’s police cuts forced Safer Neighbourhood police Teams (SNTs) in other Camden wards to share a sergeant, we thought Kilburn had escaped. Indeed, Superintendent Raj Kohli came to a public meeting in the wake of the fatal stabbing in our ward and was pretty clear the high levels of anti-social activity and […]

November’s edition of Kilburn Rose

To view the latest edition, click on this link: Kilburn Rose, newsletter of Kilburn (Brent) Labour Party, November 2010 Latest news from West Hampstead here: westhampsteadnewsletter-nov2010 And Belsize & Hampstead Town here: B & HT NewsletterNov 2010

Breathing life into Kilburn High Road

By Tayo Oladapo There is no pretending that our beloved High Road is… well, not so beloved anymore. Gone are the throngs of smiley-faced shoppers who poured in from the four corners of the capital, and with them many of the shops that once gracefully adorned either side of the High Road. Kilburn’s pride and […]