Mill Hill

Mill Hill welcomes Martyn Gerrard

By Charlie Jacoby, September 2, 2010

Estate agent Martyn Gerrard has opened an office in Mill Hill. This is its eighth area office. The firm already covers Kentish Town, Finchley, Whetstone and Crouch End.

It has been quick to pick up instructions in Mill Hill. At the lower-priced end of the market, it is offering a two-bedroom ground-floor garden flat at Wardell Close, NW7, within walking distance of Mill Hill Broadway shops and local amenities, for £219,950.


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MAL and Vale 2nd battle for final spot

By Danny Caro, August 5, 2010

Four becomes two on Sunday as South Manchester Maccabi, Belmont & Edgware, MAL and London Maccabi Vale 2nd battle it out for a place in the final of the Maccabi National Knockout Cup.

The north-south semi-final between South and BECC looks set to be a battle between the South bowlers and the BECC batters. With home advantage, South skipper Steven Glicher is looking forward to releasing his attacking trio of Akiva Lieberman, Avrom Topperman and David Glick, who between them have played a big part in South winning the NJCL league and T20 double.


Gove: free schools 'can still be totally Jewish'

By Jessica Elgot, July 22, 2010

Jewish parents hoping to set up new schools under the coalition government's flagship education proposals may have to take pupils of different faiths - at the expense of Jewish pupils.

Empowering parents to set up free schools was a key pledge in the Conservative election campaign, but those schools must take 50 per cent of pupils without reference to religion.

The 50 per cent ceiling on faith admissions for new academies was introduced under Labour, but the Coalition government has decided not to lift it, so it will apply to new free schools as well.


Mill Hill eruv to be constructed 'within six months'

By Robyn Rosen, July 8, 2010

Construction of a Mill Hill eruv will begin "within six months" after the project was given the green light by Barnet Council.

On Tuesday, Barnet's planning committee voted in favour of the application for 24 poles which would link up with the existing Edgware and Golders Green eruvs. Councillors requested a wildlife survey at Sheepwash Pond, part of the eruv area, and that the colour of the poles be green, rather than black.

The council has received 400 letters in support of the project and 24 objections.


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Parents support for Mill Hill Jewish school

By Simon Rocker, May 27, 2010

More than 200 parents packed a meeting at Mill Hill Synagogue on Monday to support plans for new Jewish school in the area.

Planning group chair Adam Dawson outlined hopes of opening a new school with entry at nursery and reception in September 2011. "The case for a new Jewish primary school in Mill Hill can be proved beyond any doubt."


Mill Hill Jewish primary school plan

By Robyn Rosen, May 6, 2010

Parents in Mill Hill are gauging interest for a new Jewish nursery and primary school.

Adam and Debbie Dawson, who have two children under the age of three, have organised a meeting this month.

A Facebook group, Interested in a new Jewish Primary School in Mill Hill, attracted over 200 members in just three days.

Mr Dawson, a 34-year-old barrister, said that local Jewish primary Mathilda Marks is heavily over-subscribed, as are Rosh Pinah in Edgware and Sinai in Kenton.


The real deal in Totteridge

By Charlie Jacoby, May 6, 2010

Real estates of Woodside Park, north London has opened a second office, at 74 Totteridge Lane, N20. In Woodside Park since 1981, the estate agent is now targeting Totteridge, Whetstone, Oakleigh Park, Arkley and Mill Hill.

Stephen Barnett, proprietor of Real Estates, aims to bring a new reality to the Totteridge market.

He says that the property market is booming - as long as properties are priced to sell.

"At the moment there's a lack of stock and there's demand as long as properties come on at the right level," he says.


Mill Hill's synagogue's £3.6m development plan

By Jay Grenby, April 22, 2010

The 200 Mill Hill Synagogue members who attended a Friday night dinner with the Chief Rabbi and Lady Sacks to mark the shul's 60th anniversary were given additional cause for celebration.
Shul chair Jerome Reback used the occasion to announce that a long-planned redevelopment had finally been given the green light.