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The landlord at the Woodman pub in Highgate was shocked to be awoken by news his porch had collapsed in the middle of the night, but he hasn’t let it put a dampener on business.

Deliveroo’s so-called “dark kitchen” in Swiss Cottage has been given a nine-month stay of execution by Camden Council’s planning committee.

Businesses in Hampstead will not be taken to court if they do not pay the Business Improvement District (BID) levy this year, despite a letter threatening legal action if they didn’t pay within a week.

A pub where George Orwell once propped-up the bar could be facing its second rebranding in as many years, as its lease has gone up for sale.

The Phoenix Cinema is hoping to rise again and offer reduced audiences “something special” as it looks at how to reopen.

Businesses in Swiss Cottage have called on Camden Council to relax parking restrictions near their Finchley Road shops to give them a much-needed boost.

Pizza Express is to shut its Hampstead and Finchley Road stores along with 71 others around the UK in a bid to stay afloat in the wake of the coronavirus shutdown, the chain has announced.

South End Green’s “streatery” is set to open this weekend, but the slip road will not be closed .

“We just want to try and protect our business.”

A restaurant owner had 26 cancellations in one night last weekend, as restaurateurs and landlords across Camden and Hampstead warned that the drop in takings since reopening isn’t sustainable.

A new local business is hoping to use the community spirit generated by plans for a “streatery” in South End Green to reinvigorate the area – and perhaps even get the historic fountain back working.

The new leader of Haringey’s Lib Dem opposition group wants to see a focus on localism and a council with the ability to work closely with residents and businesses as part of the recovery from the impact of Covid-19.

A new pub looks set to reopen on the site of the old Rosslyn Arms in Hampstead.

For the last three weeks, a pop-up bike repair shop has been operating in an unused Crouch End pub.

As more businesses reopened this week, a Hampstead restaurateur warned that coronavirus is “killing” the High Street.

Although the owner of Crouch End’s historic Queens pub is in administration, the Ham&High can reveal administrators RSM are in “advanced discussions” over its potential sale – and if sold it will reopen when conditions allow.

Hampstead’s historic Duke of Hamilton pub has been running a takeaway service to keep its business going during lockdown – and now its landlords are hoping a small shop on the premises will help it and the community to make it through a difficult summer.

After shutting up shop to help protect staff and customers from the coronavirus pandemic, the owners of at the Chamomile Cafe in Belsize Park have been left with an unusual problem: They have 900 eggs they can’t use.

The man who sells coffee from a Hampstead phone box is worried for the future of his business after Camden Council said they would force him to take out a seven-day street trading licence.

A Caribbean restaurant chain planned to fight coronavirus by using excess Wray & Nephew overproof rum as a disinfectant and testing punters’ temperatures using “infra-red thermometer guns”.

A supermarket in Belsize Park has launched a delivery service to help support its vulnerable and elderly customers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Two High Court judges have dismissed a Hampstead landlord’s appeal against paying the area’s controversial Business Improvement District (BID) levy.

Walking into Crouch End, it’s hard to miss the proliferation of empty shop units.

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