Stanmore’s positive dynamic approach to every project has resulted in us working on some of the most complex and prestigious projects across London and the South East of England, we are proud of our heritage which has seen us offer our services to all sectors, including residential housing, high-rise residential apartments, education, healthcare, commercial offices, industrial warehousing and much more.

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Offering support at tender stage, and utilising our full knowledge of our products, trades and in-house manufacturing facilities, we can provide a one stop value engineered solutions to meet the clients’ needs, whilst keeping the project within budget.

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In the 2011 census in Stanmore Park ward, 56% of the population was white (47% British, 7% Other, 2% Irish) and 20% Indian. 31% was Christian, 22% Jewish, 15% Hindu and 11% Muslim.[8] Canons ward (covering eastern areas) was 52% white (40% British, 10% Other, 2% Irish) and 24% Indian. 26% was Christian, 25% Jewish, 18% Hindu and 11% Muslim.[9]

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Formal Notice: Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust Annual General Meeting 2016

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RNOH patient, Marcus Perrineau Daley, 26, has helped the RNOH launch the first dedicated NHS online crowdfunding platform For the first time ever, ideas to improve patient care can be supported by the very patients and families of those that could benefit from the ideas. Find out more…

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The area was recorded in the Domesday Book as Stanmere, the name deriving from the Old English stan, 'stony' and mere, 'a pool'. There are outcrops of gravel on the clay soil here and the mere may have been one of the ponds which still exist. By 1574 the area had become known as Great Stanmore to distinguish it from Little Stanmore.

The planned industrial action by the BMA called for 12-15 September 2016 has been suspended. However, please be aware that the next scheduled strikes are still planned to proceed between the hours of 08:00 and 17:00 during the following periods:

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Service users, carers, staff, local organisations and the public are hereby invited to attend the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust 2016 Annual General Meeting (AGM) which is to be held as follows:

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This building was replaced by a new one built on the current site consecrated in 1632 and dedicated to St John the Evangelist.[2][3] Its ruin still stands near the present church which was consecrated in 1850. Queen Adelaide's last public appearance was to lay the foundation stone of the new church. She gave the font and when the church was completed after her death, the east window was dedicated to her memory. [4]

On the border with Bushey is Stanmore Cricket Club, one of the oldest in the Middlesex county championship league celebrating 150 years in 2003 and is still successful at the present. The club has nurtured two famous cricketers who have played Tests for England in the last two decades; Angus Fraser and Mark Ramprakash.


Stanmore was also home to RAF Bentley Priory from where the Battle of Britain was controlled, also formerly to RAF Stanmore Park, HQ of Balloon Command. RAF Stanmore Park closed in 1997 and is now a housing estate and RAF Bentley Priory closed in 2009.

The public amenity of Stanmore Park is at the foot of Stanmore Hill and right next to the local library. This is just one of the two outdoor leisure fields, the other being Whitchurch Playing Fields adjacent to Whitchurch First and Middle School and opposite to Stanburn First and Middle School. The playing field hosts many Sunday league football matches on the vast acres of turf which are marked into individual football pitches with respective goal frames.

Stanmore Village railway station was open for train services between 1890 and 1952. Stanmore tube station opened in 1932.

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The health and care system across North Central London (NCL) - clinical commissioning groups, local authorities and NHS providers - are working together to develop an NCL-wide sustainability and transformation plan (STP).

Stanmore had an outstation from the Bletchley Park codebreaking establishment, where some of the Bombes used to decode German Enigma messages in World War Two were housed.

Stanmore is home to Park High School, Stanmore College (a government further education establishment) and a local library run by the London Borough of Harrow. North London Collegiate School, one of the UK's top public schools for girls is in Stanmore. The suburb also hosts the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital - known as RNOH - which is famed for its spinal unit.

Stanmore has Christian, Shia Muslim, Hindu, Jain, Jewish and Catholic communities, including its local Synagogue, Stanmore and Canons Park Synagogue on London Road (which has one of the largest memberships of any single synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the UK behind Borehamwood),[5] an Islamic Centre, KSIMC Of London (Hujjat)[6] and new Hindu Temple[7] on Wood Lane.

The RNOH celebrated its first diversity and equality festival last week with food, music, dance and dress from the broad cultural range of staff at the Trust. The event, organised by the RNOH Equality Diversity Network, was opened by Chief Executive Rob Hurd and saw a series of short talks from RNOH Chaplin Wendy Brooker and Deputy Trust Chair Joe Carlebach, as well as representatives from the local Shree Swaminarayan Temple, Met Police LGBT Association and Joe Gilbert from Aspire.

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