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Time called on shop’s alcohol trade

Trading Standards

Published 10th December 2016

A disgraced Harrow shopkeeper who was caught with almost a thousand litres of illegal booze, saw his business stripped of its licence to sell alcohol after thousands of litres were seized from his shop for a second time.

Leader visits Edgware to look at key issues

Edgware web

Published 7th December 2016

Last week, Leader of the Council Cllr Sachin Shah joined ward Cllrs for Edgware with environmental officers and residents. Together they looked at the key issues affecting the local area.

Land your next job at Xcite’s Employment Fair

Published 2nd December 2016

Residents looking for work or training opportunities are invited to Harrow Council’s Xcite Employment Fair on Wednesday 7 December where there will be lots of employment advice, tips and information.

We’re stocked and ready for winter

Gritting

Published 23rd November 2016

If the cold snap comes to Harrow, there is no need to worry because it will be business as usual. Harrow’s gritting team are armed and ready for what some say will be the coldest winter in years.

New street lights: Save energy, save money

Graham Henson - smart lights

Published 18th November 2016

Residents can expect better light management and fewer faulty lights during dark winter nights - all thanks to a roll out of new smart lights.

Housing Procurement event

Harrow procurement event

Published 8th November 2016

Harrow Council proves once again that it really is a borough for business, bringing together local contractors for training on how to become a council supplier.

Council Charity Drive Pays Off

Mayor Power of One

Published 4th November 2016

Harrow Council employees dug deep for the underprivileged last month, with a collection to benefit Jain charity SRMD and its “Power of One” campaign.

Young people sleep out for charity

Sleep out

Published 2nd November 2016

Young people experienced the daily troubles faced by homeless people when they slept outside the Civic Centre raising more than £1000 for a local homeless charity.

Wreaths to be laid to mark Remembrance Day

Published 28th October 2016

Wreaths will be laid across all 10 war memorials in Harrow to honour war veterans, serving members of the armed forces and those who have died in conflict while serving their country on 1 November.

New housing repairs contracts signed

Housing contract signing

Published 12th October 2016

Harrow Council and Contractors, Slade and Wates, signed new repairs contracts last month worth £25 million over five years.

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