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Drop Plans for £75 Brown Bin Charge

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Harrow Council’s Labour administration recently announced, as part of their budget proposals, that residents could face a £75 charge for the collection of their brown waste bins.

The bins, which are currently used for garden and food waste, would change to being for garden waste only – and would be collected once a fortnight for a £75 per year fee. We believe this proposal is an unreasonable 'garden tax' on Harrow residents, who already pay the third highest council tax in London, and who should reasonably expect waste collection to be included in their bills. The proposal is also unfair on low income households, and will likely have a disproportionate impact on elderly and disabled residents.

So if you live or work in Harrow and are against the plans to charge for brown bin collections, please sign this petition.



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Last Updated on Saturday, 09 May 2015 11:53


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Christmas 2009

We are getting our OWN Christmas lights for for belmont circle!

Its been 5 Years since our last Christmas event and this year we are aiming to make it bigger and better.

Also arranged in the SHORTEST time ever!

We had the fantastic news on Friday this week that Harrow Council has approved Official Christmas Street lights for our circle.

We will have an official Switching on of the lights in less than 2 weeks from now!

Keep the Date & Time Free  - Come Join us at Belmont Circle, Harrow from 6PM on the 5th of December 2014


If YOU or YOUR Business want to get involved please email us at cs @

To see photos of our last party click here


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Last Updated on Saturday, 24 January 2015 12:41

Belmont Circle Area Parking Review

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Belmont Circle Area Parking Review


Belmont Circle Area, Public consultation document was delivered to the residents and businesses within the agreed consultation area for your information.

The documents were delivered  on the 19th-20th October 2013 and can also be viewed/filled in online by visiting:


If you want to make sure you have your say PLEASE CLICK HERE NOW!!!


DO NOT IGNORE - Without your opinion you may end up with what a few want rather than the majority.


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Last Updated on Saturday, 01 March 2014 14:07

14.5% of Harrow’s shops are closed

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14.5% of Harrow’s shops are closed

Local campaigner PraxisReform has surveyed over 500 of Harrow's retail premises and found that only 85.5% of them are actively trading.

Back at the start of 2013, PraxisReform visited neighbouring boroughs to Harrow, and afterwards felt that High Streets in Harrow were worse hit than surrounding areas.

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The Big Lunch - 2nd of June 2013

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Are you celebrating the Big Lunch 2013?

If so, why not log in and upload your photo's to our gallery?

This Years photo's can be found by clicking on the photo below:

Big Lunch 2013 -Vernon Drive

Check out some of the photo's from the last 3 years celebrated by our local community:

Big Lunch 2012

Vernon Drive

Drummond Drive 2012

Drummond Drive

Go to Our Gallery now to upload - make sure you are logged in!



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Last Updated on Sunday, 02 June 2013 17:40

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