Barnet Data Recovery
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- Our offices are 100% UK based and we never outsource any recovery work.
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Information about Barnet
- The London Borough of Barnet is a suburban London borough in North London, England.
- The borough is the largest in the whole of London with a population of 384,774 inhabitants. It covers 86.74 square kilometres - the 4th highest.
- Barnet forms part of outer London and is bordered by Hertfordshire to the north and five other London boroughs, which are: Camden and Haringey to the southeast, Enfield to the east, and Harrow and Brent to the west.
- The borough was formed from parts of the counties of Middlesex and Hertfordshire in 1965; its local authority is Barnet London Borough Council, and is based in Hendon.
- The London Government Act 1963 is responsible for the formation of the borough in 1965, but the Act did not include a name for the borough.
- Barnet was formed from the Municipal Borough of Hendon, the Municipal Borough of Finchley, the Barnet Urban District of Middlesex, the East Barnet Urban District, and Barnet Urban District of Hertfordshire.
- A joint committee of the councils of the aforementioned places to be amalgamated suggested "Northgate" or "Northern Heights" as the name of the borough, but Minister of Housing and Local Government, Keith Joseph, eventually chose Barnet.
- Evidence of 1st-century Roman pottery manufacturing has been discovered at Brockley Hill, and Roman coins used in the 3rd and 4th centuries were found at Burnt Oak. Both places are on the Roman road, which now forms the western border of the borough.
- Barnet as well as Finchley and Edgware were not mentioned in Domesday Book of 1086, possibly because these were included in other manors.
- The Battle of Barnet was fought in Monken Hadley in 1471, within the boundary of the present borough. Here, Yorkist troops led by King Edward IV killed the "kingmaker" Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, and his brother, John Neville, 1st Marquess of Montagu.
- The borough has a total of 21 wards, there are 3 councillors in each. The conservatives have a majority in the Barnet Council.
- Edgware Road, also known as the A5, forms the border between Barnet and the boroughs of Brent and Harrow, except the West Hendon area and part of the Welsh Harp.
- Barnet has a large number of parks and open spaces, and most of the borough is within the Metropolitan Green Belt.
- The football clubs in the borough include professional club Barnet F.C, and non-league clubs Hendon F.C, Edgware Town, London Lions F.C, and Wingate & Finchley F.C.
- There are a total of 356,386 people living in Barnet.
Wards in Barnet
- Brunswick Park
- Burnt Oak
- Childs Hill
- East Finchley
- East Barnet
- Finchley Church
- Garden Suburb
- Golders Green
- High Barnet
- Mill Hill
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