A fire broke out on Kilburn High Road last night next door to the Tricycle theatre.
At the centre of this attention is the strategically situated Kilburn Aldi and how it has all the big supermarkets going back to the drawing board.
I’ll have ‘Hoff’ a chicken with peri-peri chips please.
Kilburn is going upmarket and the High Rd isn’t far behind, for example we’ve recently seen local popular pubs make strides to undergo reinvention.
Blink and it’s gone, the ever changing High Streets of north-west London will see a Tattoo parlour open in Kilburn from tomorrow.
The nail is in the coffin of where the socially cleansed lay, Marks and Spencer’s, Simply Food is coming out to play.
Planning permission for ex-Arsenal star Patrick Viera’s family home has been approved by Camden Council.
The Tricycle theatre in Kilburn north-west London has made a u-turn on its decision to host the UK Jewish Film Festival (UKJFF).
The South Kilburn regeneration in north-west London is well underway, with plans to demolish its 18 storey post-war tower blocks.
The Daily Mail has tasked ‘posh’ Petronella Wyatt with the job of reviewing discount supermarket Aldi, in Kilburn.