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Marylebone Forum - Neighbourhood Planning Presentation

Marylebone Forum - Neighbourhood Planning Presentation

Following a request from attendees at the Forum meeting on the 25th February , a first educational symposium on Neighbourhood Planning was held at International Students House on the 17th June 2015.

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Marylebone Lives - A book on the people, places, and events that have helped shape the character of Marylebone

Marylebone Lives - A book on the people, places, and events that have helped shape the character of Marylebone

Marylebone has been home to its fair share of rogues, villains and eccentrics, and their stories are told here. The authors also want to remind the reader that alongside the glamour of Society, there has also been hardship and squalor in the parish, as was graphically illustrated in Charles Booth's poverty maps of London in 1889.

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Baker Street Quarter Partnership’s Two-Day Special Summer Festival

Baker Street Quarter Partnership’s Two-Day Special  Summer Festival

Summer in the Square series kicks off with festival and sunset cinema in Portman Square

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University of Westminster Talent Bank

University of Westminster Talent Bank

If your business has a short-term or temporary staffing requirement, you could recruit a student from the University of Westminster's Talent Bank.

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Marylebone Association - Marylebone Forum Report 2015

Marylebone Association - Marylebone Forum Report 2015

The Marylebone Forum is a vehicle for local planning but it will also provide a wider platform for dealing with matters of concern to the area for both residents' and non-residents'. This will be the first time that Marylebone has had a single body incorporating representatives of such a comprehensive cross section of the community. Bringing these groups together should in itself result in much productive dialogue and hopefully develop a united voice for Marylebone on many of the issues that confront us.

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Superfast Broadband in Westminster (including Marylebone) - Westminster City Council asks for your help

Superfast Broadband in Westminster (including Marylebone) - Westminster City Council asks for your help

From Philippa Roe, Leader of Westminster City Council.

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