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The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) is celebrating as £50million plans for two new stands at Lord’s have been approved.

Hampstead Tube station has some of the most polluted air on the London Underground, a report has revealed.

The last 12 months have seen heartening tales of community action interspersed with trauma, tragedy and political intrigue. Harry Taylor and Sam Volpe take a look back at the biggest stories we’ve brought you in 2018 – and a couple of the weirdest, too.

Transport for London has unveiled plans to speed up travel through Hampstead for drivers – but pedestrians are putting their foot down.

Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed to the Ham&High it is working on the CS11 traffic modelling at the centre of its High Court defeat in September.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

A group of former William Ellis schoolmates have banded together to raise £5,000 for an old classmate’s rent after the Home Office wrongly stopped him working.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

The Met has sought to reassure cabbies in St John’s Wood and Lisson Grove by saying it is taking “covert and non-covert” action against a gang in Lisson Grove targeting taxi drivers.

Opponents of the 100 Avenue Road development suffered a major blow last night as Camden voted through a controversial plan that will funnel seven lorries a day through residential streets in Swiss Cottage.

Passengers on the Barking to Gospel Oak line have become used to delays and disruption in recent times.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

Transport for London is set to review safety issues at an accident blackspot in Falloden Way,

Transport for London is trying to formally appeal the High Court’s decision to block CS11 – the controversial cycle route that would have ripped up the Swiss Cottage gyratory.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

High Court judge Sir Ross Cranston, who last week blocked Transport for London’s (TfL) plans to begin building the CS11 cycle superhighway in Swiss Cottage, has denied TfL permission to appeal his judicial review ruling.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

“Today’s ruling [...] focuses on procedure rather than the merits of the scheme.”

A cycling campaigner has blamed CS11’s legal defeat on Transport for London’s “watering down” of the project – and said it is time for London mayor Sadiq Khan to “improve his politics game”.

The CS11 cycle route from Swiss Cottage to Regent’s Park has been sensationally blocked by a High Court judge in what seems set to be a landmark ruling.

Sitting in the High Court last week took me back to my childhood. No, it wasn’t one spent anywhere near a courtroom of any kind. In fact, it was Transport for London’s trump argument that took me back.

Transport for London intends to press ahead with CS11 without Westminster Council’s consent because Sadiq Khan and the transport authority legally have the final say, a High Court judge has heard.

On August 20, I joined hundreds of people on bikes to commemorate the lost life of yet another cyclist killed on the roads around Holborn station. We should not have had to be there.

The High Court is today set to examine whether CS11, the controversial cycle route through Swiss Cottage, can legally be built.

A blue badge holding Hampstead pensioner with a spinal injury fears says she will be priced out of driving her car when the new ULEZ zone is extended next year.

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