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Marylebone Forum launches new web site

Marylebone Forum launches new web site

The Marylebone Forum have launched their new web site as they prepare to begin their work in earnest

The forum, an independent, non-political organisation whose members includes residents and businesses as well as representatives of the medical, educational, religious sectors and other leading organisations in the Marylebone area.

The Forum will be focussed primarily on Neighbourhood planning but will also act as an umbrella group for the various bodies involved. It is also a Forum for a shared agenda on non-planning issues in which businesses and residents can implement ideas to drive long term success and community vitality.

For more information go to their web site at www.maryleboneforum.org

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Thursday, 27 July 2017

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