It may have been Valentine’s week, but there was no love lost between David Haye and local boxer Dereck Chisora as they traded blows in Munich. What made the headlines closer to home though?
The West Hampstead and Fortune Green Neighbourhood Development Plan got rolling.
A map shows how much deprivation levels in the area vary.
Police warned residents about a Safer Neighbourhoods scam. Burglaries and attempted burglaries also triggered a warning to close communal doors to flats.
A bus driver suffered GBH on West End Lane on Thursday about 6pm; police are asking for witnesses (020 8721 2697).
A local man was warned he had to stop building large contraptions in his flat.
The Tricycle’s departing artistic director Nicolas Kent spoke to The Guardian about his time at the theatre and reasons for leaving.
Tom roadtested the menu at One Blenheim Terrace.
Greene King updated us on developments at The Lion.
West Hampstead library will close for a month in March.
Sushi Gen will be closed on Tuesdays from now on.
Work starts this week on the “cycle permeability” scheme in West Hampstead. Sherriff Road, Gascony Avenue, and Smyrna Road will NOT be changing to two-way following the consultation. The other roads in scope will be re-signed accordingly.
A review of Camden’s parking controls starts in March.
Tweet of the Week
Another week of stiff competition, but as it was Valentine’s week, this one seemed by far the most appropriate. Ahem.