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    A major blueprint for the future of Belvedere is set to be developed as Bexley councillors consider how to regenerate the area.Bexley has already started putting its ambitious growth strategy – a vision of 31,000 homes and 17,000 jobs by 2050 –  into fruition in Thamesmead and Erith, and is now looking towards Belvedere. The town has been earmarked for major changes, with experts at [...]

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    A remarkable centenarian celebrated her 100th birthday at a Colne care home surrounded by friends and family.Margaret Cowell was treated to speeches from her loved ones, a performance from her favourite entertainer ‘Wild Bill’, and a special tribute from her great-grandson on his guitar at the Belvedere Manor care home. Born in Hull, Margaret was one of nine children and spent most of her [...]

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    Join the fans of open countryside, homes at all prices, new shops and a half-hour commute to town. I would like to receive the latest property news and guides, every Wednesday by email Average costs: buying and renting Flat £295,000 or £1,037 a monthFlat £383,000 or £1,303 a monthHouse £708,000 or £2,226 a monthHouse £937,000 or £2,402 a month Righmove I October 2019 Nearest [...]

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    Councillors in the London borough of Barnet approved proposals to keep the authority’s ‘street scene’ services including recycling and waste collections in-house at a meeting last week (11 May). The council’s Environment Committee met last week to consider alternative methods for delivery of the street scene services work, with options on the table having included outsourcing the work [...]

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    I’ve ranted before about the horror of naming stations after the lines that they’re served by (screw you, City Thameslink). So, keeping things in perspective as ever, I’ve been quietly dreading the opening of the proposed new station in north London which has been going by the name of Brent Cross Thameslink.I’ve been cheered, then, by the news that station wouldn’t be called that at [...]

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