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Working for a caring, green and open Barnet

Here in Barnet we champion fairness for all and for our environment. From leading the campaign for sustainable transport, to fighting for our future in Europe, and working across party lines to tackle the coronavirus crisis, Barnet Liberal Democrats are on your side.

Recent News

  • Richard Logue
    Article: Apr 23, 2022

    At the May 2022 local elections, Barnet Lib Dems have a strong team of local activists in Mill Hill.

    In Mill Hill ward, the Lib Dems are the leading challengers to the Conservative-run council.

    Find out more about your Mill Hill candidates for the council below.

    Richard Logue Richard lives in the Poets Corner area of Mill Hill and is a project management consultant in the Railway Industry. He is the former Chair of Mill Hill Residents Association and founded the NW7Hub charity that took over Mill Hill library when Barnet Council threatened it with closure. Richard is an active Liveryman with the Worshipful Company of Educators in the City of London and has two grown up children and a hyperactive cat.
    Donna Pickup Donna lives almost right next to Mill Hill East and runs the Design Fusion Art Club for Children here in Mill Hill. Donna is a very experienced graphic designer and looks after Dogs. Donna has one daughter and a lively collie dog.
    Roger Tichborne Roger has lived his whole life in Mill Hill. He runs the Mill Hill Music Studios, and is one of the organisers of the Mill Hill Music Festival. Roger is a well known figure in Barnet and across London thanks to his Barneteye blog and regular appearances on the Robert Elms show on BBC Radio London. Roger has three grown up children. Roger's two dogs take him out on long walks all over Mill Hill and the Totteridge valley.
  • Julia Hines 2021
    Article: Apr 20, 2022

    At the May 2022 local elections, Barnet Lib Dems have a strong team of local activists in Finchley.

    In East Finchley, Finchley Church End, and West Finchley wards, the Lib Dems are the leading challengers to the Conservative-run council.

    Find out more about your Finchley Lib Dem candidates for the council below.

  • Document: Apr 11, 2022
    3.47 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    A manifesto for the environment

    Barnet Liberal Democrats' programme for a green, clean, safe and healthy community

  • Article: Apr 11, 2022

    Barnet Liberal Democrats are delighted to announce our candidates for the 2022 local elections, taking place on 5th May. They are as follows:

    East Finchley

    • Julia Hines
    • David Noble
    • Sachin Patel

    Finchley Church End

    • Dominic Aubrey-Jones
    • Daniel Fenesan
    • Sarah Hoyle

    West Finchley

    • Clareine Enderby
    • Cllr Gabriel Rozenberg
    • Greg Ruback
  • Helene Richman launch group
    Article: Apr 5, 2022
    By Sachin Patel

    Barnet Liberal Democrats are thrilled to welcome Cllr Helene Richman (West Hendon) to the Liberal Democrats as of this week. She is a fabulous and relentless campaigner for West Hendon residents, and will be re-standing in the ward so she can carry on her outstanding work on behalf of all residents.

  • Liberal Democrats Clean up Basing Way Estate
    Article: Mar 29, 2022
    By Dom Aubrey-Jones

    In response to concerns raised by residents about litter and fly tipping on the Basing Way estate, Liberal Democrats in Finchley organised a community litter pick on Saturday 19th of March. Six full bags of litter were gathered over the morning, improving the look and safety of the area. One of the attendees, Dan Fenesan, said 'Conservatives have taken this ward for granted and under invested in the estate for too long. We are told time and again by residents that they don't see their councillors and it shows'.

  • The proposed development would have dwarfed the existing architecture of Finchley
    Article: Mar 2, 2022
    By Dom Aubrey-Jones

    Residents in Finchley Church End were understandably unhappy when they found out about proposals for a 27-storey tower-block with no amenities built on top of Finchley Central station. Such a development would not be in keeping with the local area, would overwhelm local services and result in the loss of most car parking at Finchley Central tube Station.

  • FCE Candidates
    Article: Feb 7, 2022
    By Dominic Aubrey-Jones

    A planning application for Chumleigh Lodge Hotel, Nether Street, Finchley to be converted into a House of Multiple Occupancy (HMO) with 19 rooms and up to 32 residents has met strong opposition from local residents. The existing hotel owners have proposed the conversion to begin in the first half of this year and argue that the development has the benefit of not removing existing residential housing stock.


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