Are you looking for high quality childcare in Mill Hill?
Take action to support a new nursery

WHAT’S PROPOSED FOR MILL HILL

At Mill Hill we are looking to provide a 100 place children’s nursery offering all year-round, high-quality care to your children, within a fun and nurturing environment.
We offer maximum support for local parents, with full day / wraparound care provided. Our new nursery will provide flexible facilities that suit parents’ needs, supporting parents who live in the immediate area or will soon move into one of the large new residential developments coming forward.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

Our Mill Hill Nursery is subject to planning approval, and we need you to express your support for the proposal to Barnet Council.
To support the planning application, please provide your details below. Your details will then be appended to the letter below and collated for submission in support of the application.


Dear Sir / Madam

Fir Island, The Ridgeway, London, NW7 1AX – Planning Ref 21/5821/FUL

I am writing in support of the current planning application (Planning Ref 21/5821/FUL) to secure much needed childcare provision in the Mill Hill area.

More families are moving into the area, including at Millbrook Park, the former National Institute of Medical Research development and IBSA House. These developments have been calculated to house 798 additional children under the age of five.

These plans will ensure that Barnet Council are addressing the immediate need for new childcare provision in the area – offering working parents, and those looking to return to work, the full day all year round childcare provision they need.

The proposals submitted will give a new lease of life to a locally important building that has not had a permanent use since 2017. These plans will not result in a material impact on the existing highway network, and they comply with London Plan parking standards. Up to 40 full time and part time jobs will be created, as well as apprenticeships and student placements.
It is for these reasons I welcome the application and urge you to support it.

Yours sincerely,


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    ABOUT BOYS & GIRLS NURSERY

    Natasha Kirby is the Founder and Director of Boys & Girls Nursery. As a parent herself, she knows we all want the very best for our children and when we can’t be with them, we need to be absolutely certain they’re receiving care and attention from a team of highly qualified, caring professionals who enjoy their job.

    The first Boys & Girls Nursery was established in 2007 because Natasha is passionate about working with children and identified that a better service for childcare should be available.

    The family run nursery group has been borne of hard work and a desire to make sure that only the best care is available for children, it is led by a team of highly experienced and qualified professionals that ensure the very best start for children at the nurseries.

    Together, they have been able to create a uniquely nurturing and informal environment and have established a reputation as a leading childcare provider in the areas they operate, priding themselves on being #expertsinchildcare.

    At Boys & Girls Nursery they have a long list of things they care about and at the top of the list are the boys and girls. They understand that no two children are the same, and that they all have their own likes, dislikes, and personalities. By caring for and meeting the needs of every individual to the best of their ability, they know every child can flourish, learn, and have fun whilst enjoying a sense of belonging and community.

    Their mission is to nurture every child into confident life-long learners who develop respect and become valued members of the community, striving to provide a fun environment which promotes learning through play and challenges creativity, curiosity, and imagination.

     

    MEETING THE NEEDS OF LOCAL PARENTS

    Demand for childcare provision is continuing to grow in Mill Hill, with the number of available spaces already falling well short of existing need, meaning parents cannot access the facilities they need.

    More families are moving into the area, including at Millbrook Park, the former National Institute of Medical Research development and IBSA House. These developments have been calculated to house 798 additional children under the age of five.

    That is why Barnet Council has agreed that there is a need for new childcare provision in the immediate area. Our proposals for Fir Island will meet this need, offering working parents, and those looking to return to work, the childcare provision they need within walking distance of their homes.

     

    WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT