Barnet Cycleway- secrecy over Consultation responses greeted with disbelieving laughter

Barnet Council officers refused to provide the data obtained in response to the  Council’s public consultation on the controversial  proposed  Hornsey to North Finchley  “Barnet Cycleway”. The consultation was carried out in June and July 2019, but it was only in mid- December that the report was released on the Council consultation website, even though … Continue reading Barnet Cycleway- secrecy over Consultation responses greeted with disbelieving laughter

“383 Day” in Friary Park – Friary Park Community Event 20 September 2019

FBWRA had a stall at the “Community Event” organised by the Council and held in Friary Park on 20th September.  The Council’s chosen theme was “Together we are Barnet”. The line-up included a new look 383 community bus which TfL is looking to introduce (although we were assured the service, running from Woodside Park Underground … Continue reading “383 Day” in Friary Park – Friary Park Community Event 20 September 2019

Put Out More Flags 2019

Last year, in the July edition of our Newsletter (which you can see here: https://www.fbwra.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/2018-July-Newsletter-Ver-2-PDF-1.pdf  )  we lamented that there was no flag of St George  flown on Barnet Council buildings- and that a  reconnaissance to Barnet House, the Council offices in Whetstone, on St George’s day, had disclosed –not a St. George’s Flag proudly … Continue reading Put Out More Flags 2019