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The Templars Tennis Club in Temple Fortune is still threatened by redevelopment after the site's owners appealed against Barnet Council's rejection of the scheme.

People in the affordable housing that forms part of a luxury development in Kentish Town are being made to pay a service charge... for services they can't actually use. Sam Volpe speaks to neighbours at Prince's Park

A Fortis Green councillor has backed neighbours' calls for Haringey Council to do something about an "eyesore" property bordering a conservation area.

Councillors have backed neighbours' fight against a Domino's Pizza takeaway being built on a residential street in Camden.

The Temple Fortune community was celebrating on Tuesday after Barnet's Finchley and Golders Green planning committee unanimously rejected plans to build housing on the old Templars Tennis Club.

Leading Camden councillors clashed over where cash raised from developments in Hampstead is spent, with Hampstead Town councillor and Tory group leader Cllr Oliver Cooper calling for a "built-in presumption" in favour of a proportion of funds raised through the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) being spent locally.

Neighbours are up in arms over plans to build over tennis courts that have stood in Temple Fortune for generations.

Developers who illegally demolished a Maida Vale pub have put it up for sale before they have finished rebuilding it.

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