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Local MP gets involved in Broadband Debate

Local MP gets involved in Broadband Debate

*Update: We received a copy of the letter attached from Ed Vazey, Minister Department for Culture, Media and Sport to Mark Field in response to his questions about broadband in Central London

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Marylebone Local Safer Neighbourhood Teams

Marylebone Local Safer Neighbourhood Teams

The area of Marylebone is covered by 4 Safer Neighbourhood teams. These teams are on hand to listen  and act on people's concerns about policing and low level crime in our area. They hold regular meetings with local people to listen to their concerns and questions. To find out when the next meetings are in your area of Marylebone, check out the local Safer Neighbourhood pages here.

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Licensing - Six Month Report

The Licensing Sub-committee continues to monitor all applications submitted to Westminster City Council for both permanent and temporary licenses.

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Did a World War II bomb drop near your home? - Find out

Did a World War II bomb drop near your home? - Find out

For those of you in Marylebone who are interested in local history, in particular World War II, there is new web site that has been developed jointly by the University of Portsmouth, the National Archives and the Joint Information Service Committee. The web site maps the extent of bombs dropped on London from Autumn 1940 to Spring 1941, roughly coinciding with the period known as "The Blitz".

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