The Jubilee Clock has been returned to its rightful owners, the people.
US comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live does a parody about gentrification in Bushwick, Brooklyn which has gone viral. It pokes fun at stereotypes of both the gentrified and the gentrifiers, as it touches on how existing minorities are coping with change. The scene begins with dilapidated streets, shop fronts covered in graffiti and a […]
Anyone who missed Harlesden’s Jubilee Clock will be glad to hear that it’s coming back and to be unveiled on Valentine’s day.
Harlesden gentrification was a topic discussed on the BBC London drivetime show with Eddie Nestor on 25th of November.
It is about as unusual for the Financial Times to cover Harlesden as it is for Harlesden to read the Financial Times.
Guinness have a new ad that emphasises the iconic brewery’s journey ‘From starting as a local Dublin ale brewer to shipping porters and stouts as far as Kuala Lumpur.
Premier League club QPR has launched an online campaign to promote the consultation process for the football clubs new home.
Get ready to wave goodbye to more shops that you know, an entire shopping parade in Harlesden has been sold off.
Sketchfactor is a new app which encourages user generated content to rate Sketchy neighbourhoods.
How would locals in Harlesden react if an art installation was set up next to the Jubilee Clock to welcome them?