Mill Hill

Changes delay eruv

By Jay Grenby, March 8, 2012

A planning application for a Mill Hill eruv is being resubmitted to Barnet Council in the light of small-scale amendments.

Conditional planning consent for the religious boundary, enabling the observant to push or carry items on Shabbat, was granted in July. But a number of relatively minor alterations to the route required a full re-submission of the proposal.

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Jewish Speed Dating ages 40-55@ the 3 Hammers

By The Speed Dating, March 8, 2012
Time:
Sunday 24 June
8:10pm - 10:00pm

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Jewish Speed Dating ages 50-65@ the 3 Hammers

By The Speed Dating, March 8, 2012
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Sunday 10 June
8:10pm - 10:00pm

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Jewish Speed Dating ages 40-55@ the 3 Hammers

By The Speed Dating, March 8, 2012
Time:
Sunday 29 April
8:10pm - 10:00pm

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Mill Hill school wins extra approval

By Jay Grenby, February 9, 2012

Barnet planners have once again approved a proposal for permanent premises for the Etz Chaim Jewish Primary in Mill Hill after a procedural failure by the council invalidated the original application.

However, the enforced delay means that the free school is unlikely to open on the new site in September as intended, and will have to remain in its temporary accommodation until a "more probable"

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Charedim plan free school

By Simon Rocker, February 2, 2012

Plans are being drawn up for the first strictly Orthodox Jewish free school.

Rabbi Nesanel Lieberman, currently head of the Toras Hashem Primary in Hendon, is working to open another school in north-west London in September next year.

The free school model has been criticised in some Orthodox circles because only half the places can be reserved on the basis of faith.

But Rabbi Lieberman h

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Mill Hill school reapplies on site

By Jay Grenby, October 27, 2011

The trustees of Etz Chaim Primary School in Mill Hill have submitted a second planning application to Barnet Council for its intended permanent home on the site of a former garden centre in Daws Lane.

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Mill Hill school opponents take action against council

By Jay Grenby, October 19, 2011

Opponents of the location of the Etz Chaim free school in Mill Hill have issued judicial proceedings against Barnet Council.

The protesters claim the council ignored the needs of the elderly and disabled when granting planning permission for the conversion of a former garden centre into the school's permanent premises.

Local Jewish disabled resident and campaign group leader Daniel Coleman d

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Mill Hill school setback after Barnet boobs on planning

By Jay Grenby, October 11, 2011

Work on the permanent site for the Jewish free school in Mill Hill has been halted after Barnet Council acknowledged omissions in its consideration of the planning application.

The council had faced a legal challenge from opponents of the Etz Chaim Primary's location on the site of a former garden centre in Daws Lane.

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'Open-minded' school planners test demand

By Simon Rocker, October 6, 2011

A group of parents is exploring the possibility of setting up an "open-minded traditional" Jewish free school in north London.

They have launched a survey to gauge interest in the idea of opening the school somewhere in Finchley, Whetstone or Woodside Park.

Matt Plen, director of the Assembly of Masorti Synagogues, is one of the parents.

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