The pivotal role played by London boroughs in supporting and promoting the capital’s small businesses was highlighted on Monday 16 November at the Small Business Friendly Borough Awards.
Over sixty community leaders from all faiths came together in Harrow last night (17 November) to show solidarity following the tragic events in Paris on Friday.
Two businesses in Harrow have been hit with fines by trading standards for selling cigarettes to children and not displaying health warnings.
Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Krishna Suresh extends a warm welcome and invites all residents to Harrow’s Remembrance Parade and Service on Sunday, 8th November.
The journey to become the best London borough for recycling by 2017 started last week, with separate food waste collections provided to houses in Harrow for the first time.
Anmer Lodge a site in Stanmore which has long been identified for regeneration by Harrow Council will soon welcome new homes, a retail unit and new car parking spaces.
The borough’s 11 war memorials were visited by the Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Krishna Suresh who laid wreaths to remember the sacrifices made by men and women past and present in our armed forces.
Harrow Council showcased its £1.75 billion regeneration plans to a group of seventy industry leaders at a Build, Innovate, Grow (BIG) event this month.
Harrow environmental health officers have closed down two local businesses because of a serious threat to public health.
Harrow Council has become the second London borough to sign up to the British Sign Language Charter.
Harrow is missing out on nearly £40 million every year because of outdated Government funding formulas - £159 for every resident.
A trader from Harrow has been found guilty of eight offences and ordered to pay fines totalling £1,226.00 after more than 500 unclassified Tamil DVDs were seized by Harrow Trading Standards.
Harrow and Barnet become the first councils in England to offer home testing HIV kits in partnership with Terrance Higgins Trust.
Harrow Council has given the green light for the biggest ever regeneration program in the borough for a generation.
Harrow Council has appointed Tom McCourt as the new Corporate Director for Community.
Harrow Civic Centre to move and new communities to be built in Harrow and Wealdstone.
Two businesses in Harrow that were infested with rats and mice were forced to shut down after fears of a serious health risk to the public.
Buildings across Harrow are throwing open their doors to visitors as part of Heritage Open Days this weekend.
An unemployed builder from Harrow caught on camera dumping waste in the street has been found guilty by Willesden Magistrates Court.
Being a mother of the first time can be a daunting prospect, but Harrow is one of the best boroughs in London for mothers to access breastfeeding help.
The way people register to vote has changed. It is now the responsibility of each individual to ensure they are on the electoral register.
178 Fixed Penalty Notices (FPN’s) have been issued by enforcement officers, as tough measures to tackle anti-social behaviours such as spitting and littering come into force across Harrow.
Harrow Council is making changes to the way waste and recycling is collected across the borough.
Five parks in Harrow have been awarded the prestigious Green Flag award again, making them one of the best parks in the UK for their high standards and facilities.
A new support network to help vulnerable adults in Harrow was launched by Age UK Harrow and opened by the Mayor: Cllr Krishna Suresh and Cllr Anne Whitehead 8 July.
On Thursday 16 July 2015, leaders from across the health and care system in Harrow, along with politicians and residents will come together to discuss how to work in partnership to improve ‘wellbeing’ in Harrow.
In a special ceremony on Tuesday 16 June graduates of Harrow Council’s work training programme received certificates for their successful journey into work, training and education.
For the first time Harrow Council is running a job fair for people born in 1990s. Young people aged 18 to 24 from across Harrow are invited to come along to the first job fair aimed at them.
Harrow Boxing Club has a new lease of life thanks to Harrow Council. The 50 year old boxing club moved into the previously derelict Croft Pavilion building at the weekend, 13 June 2015.
To mark the launch of National Volunteers’ Week, nominations are now open for the 2015 ‘Harrow’s Heroes’ awards.