St Josephs Mill Hill NW7

Mill Hill Residents' Association

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How to contact us
You can email us at: millhillresidents@gmail.com

Mill Hill Residents' Association
c/o 21 Hammers Lane
Mill Hill
London NW7 4BY

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Annual membership
£10 or £5 for the over 65s.
Please go to the membership form page and fill in the application form or alternatively send a cheque to the above address with the completed form or a covering letter.

Useful Links:

Step-free access is still needed at Mill Hill Broadway station

Mill Hill Preservation Society

ICO to investigate slow responses to FOI requests

BARNET CPZ Action

Council Links:

MHRA Annual General Meeting

The Mill Hill Residents' Association AGM was held at St Paul's Cof E Primary School on Tuesday 10th May 2016.
Thank you to all those who attended. You can click here for a copy of the minutes.


Meeting Minutes

We had a public meeting on 4th November 2015 and the minutes from that meeting can be seen here.


NW7 Hub at 80 Daws Lane

The project team are delighted to report that Barnet Council have agreed in principle to a new community hub on the site of 80 Daws Lane (Civil Defence Building).
View the latest update on the the project here



Mill Hill Library

One of the councils proposals relating to libraries includes the closure of Mill Hill library.
Join us in saying "No" to this, by signing this petition
NW7 update
Update on Mill Hill Broadway station

Sadly no commitment from Thameslink to relieve hard-pressed Mill Hill commuters from peak-time overcrowding, the response below was received to our Chair's email to Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) Email response from GTR


About us

The Mill Hill Residents' Association was founded in 1909 by a group of local residents.

We are an association of people who care deeply about the uniquely historic area of Mill Hill, where the suburbs meet beautiful open spaces and leafy countryside.

The Association is a democratic organisation which does not act as a single issue pressure group. We have experience acquired over the last 100 years representing the views of residents to local government and other public services on a wide range of issues, which preserve the historic qualities and amenities of the Mill Hill district.

The Association is run through a committee which meet several times a year. Our current elected officers are:-

  • Chair - Richard Logue
  • Secretary - Kris Jiwa
  • Treasurer - Paul Edwards

We also hold a public meeting and an AGM once a year, which is usually attended by our local ward councillors.

Subjects we keep a close watch on include:

  • Traffic
  • Road Safety & Parking
  • Transport links
  • Planning & Conservation
  • Environmental Issues
  • Neighbourhood Watch & Policing

We welcome new ideas from members that do not fit these subjects at the AGM.