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Welcome

Maida Hill Neighbourhood Forum brings together local residents and business communities in the Harrow Road ward of North Westminster, London, to speak with a collective voice on current issues and future developments within the neighbourhood. Maida Hill's boundaries are Portnall Road to the west, Kilburn Lane to the north, Shirland Road to the east and the Grand Union Canal to the south.

Who we are

Who we are

Residents and businesses in Maida Hill share common issues and concerns. We have an ethnically diverse population and a broad Read More
Campaigns

Campaigns

You are the voice of the community. Here you'll find issues we believe in and are willing to campaign for Read More
What's On

What's On

What's happening in Maida Hill: check out and support our local businesses. Read More
Latest news

Latest news

Latest news in and around Maida Hill from Maida Hill Neighbourhood Forum. Read More
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News

  • Westminster turns down Squirrel flats plan

    Westminster City Council has rejected an application to convert The Squirrel public house into flats. In a decision published on the City's website (http://bit.ly/squirrel-planning), the Council states that the application: Would result Read More
  • News from a busy AGM

    Maida Hill Forum held its AGM on Monday 14th October. And it was busy! 1. We updated people on projects we have been working on this year. 2. We shared news of Read More
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MHNF Events Listing

  • 09 Dec 2019
    Ward boundaries consultation 09 Dec 2019 All Day

    Should Harrow Road ward be called Maida Hill instead?

  • 10 Dec 2019
    20mph traffic speeds consultation 10 Dec 2019 All Day

    Send in your response to the Westminster Council consultation

Westminster City Council regeneration websites

MNHF - Calendar

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MHNF - Latest Events

09 Dec 2019;
12:00AM
Ward boundaries consultation
10 Dec 2019;
12:00AM
20mph traffic speeds consultation

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