Search

Heritage

Friday, September 16, 2016

As part of our investigation, we reveal the details of the pubs in Hampstead, Highgate, Primrose Hill and Camden bought with offshore cash

Residents are concerned the “special character” of the Crouch End conservation area could be lost if proposals to demolish Victorian villas are given the go-ahead

A renowned architect has unveiled original new designs to keep Muswell Hill Library in its current building, home to a library since 1931.

The granddaughter has revealed precious mementos as Alexandra Palace plans to restore its theatre, closed to the public for 80 years

Activists say the library must stay in its Grade II-listed building – but Haringey Council’s choice is to move the service to the site of the former Green Man pub on Muswell Hill

The Park and Palace Trust launch a one million pound fundraising campaign to support the theatre’s restoration.

The poweful and committed Highgate Society emerged in 1966, in the early days of motorways, with threats to turn Archway Road into a one-way system, and designs to turn old houses into modern flats.

Nuns and strong women who shaped the history of a Hampstead school are celebrated with the launch of a new book.

A Hampstead author’s new book explores the impact of the Battle of the Somme, on the 100th anniversary of the World War One conflict.

The owner of Athlone House is inviting the public to review his plans to restore the historic mansion and gardens standing on the edge of Hampstead Heath.

Residents campaigning to save the Sir Richard Steele pub in Belsize Park and stop its upper floors from being turned into flats have won the latest round of their long battle.

More than 100 roads were singled out by a Hornsey historical society to mark International Conscientious Objectors day on the weekend

Huge changes are afoot at Highgate’s historic Lauderdale House – but there is a still much more to do.

Muswell Hill Library could be moved out of its listed building on Queens Avenue, according to a new Haringey Council feasibility report.

A mock-up of anti-suicide measures due to be installed at a historic bridge was scrutinised by heritage campaigners last week.

Traders at the famous Camden Lock fear being priced out of the market after the owners won planning permission for a £20 million redevelopment of the site.

Barnet Council marked Holocaust Memorial Day with a service themed ‘Don’t Stand By’.

Thunderbirds are go in West Hampstead as fundraising begins in earnest to commemorate its creator with two blue plaques.

A dedicated Crouch End baker still rises with the dawn, part of a proud tradition of five generations of one family who have served the craft.

An author has spoken of her delight at chronicling 100 years since Golders Green Synagogue was founded.

A charity chief from Hampstead says he was honoured to be awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours list.

Actress Imelda Staunton has been awarded a CBE in honour of her services to drama in the New Year’s Honours list.

The fight for community ownership of Hornsey Town Hall continues, even though the council officially invited bids from developers last week.

In telling the story of a long-vanished parish church, architectural historian Bridget Cherry has delved into the heart of what was once Hornsey village.

The annual event, held last Saturday, invited guests to take part in apply pressing, producing delicious freshly produced juice - an experience often missed out on in the city.

PROMOTED CONTENT

Interested in purchasing a flat and want to know the rules, rights and regulations as a leaseholder? Or maybe you are already a leaseholder and want to find out more about extending your lease?

Scores of people visited the opening of Composite Door Master’s first public showroom in Hayes at the weekend, where they were treated to a spectacular show by award winning magician, Marc Oberon.

You’ve got cash, you’ve got style and you’ve got a bursting social calendar, but no time. These Crouch End studio suites to rent could be your dream come true.

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Most read Hampstead & Highgate news

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

Property Newsletter Sign-up

Get the latest North London property news and features straight to your inbox with our regular newsletter

I am also happy to receive other emails...
Fields marked with a * are mandatory
Email Marketing by e-shot

Competitions

If you’re obsessed with Apple or just love a good gadget, this is a prize that will blow you away! An incredible £3,333 to spend on Apple goodies! How would you like to be the proud new owner of the Apple Watch?

As we grow older it becomes more and more important to have means to travel about safely and quickly. Our friendship groups and families grow and the need to have a car that is not only safe but also fast and big enough for all our needs is ever more important. There are many cars on the market for such needs but none deals with them as efficiently or as neatly as a VW Golf Estate. These cars are build strong, long lasting and spacious for a reason. They cater to the needs of many and are some of the most popular cars currently on the market.

Digital Edition

cover

Enjoy the
Hampstead & Highgate Express
e-edition today

Subscribe

Education and Training

cover

Read the
Education and Training
e-edition today

Read Now