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Mill Hill Escorts is a suburb in the London Borough of Barnet, England. It is an area situated nine miles (14.3 km) north west of Charing Cross. Mill Hill was in the historic county of Middlesex until it was absorbed by London. Mill Hill consists of several distinct parts: the original Mill Hill Village; the later-developed but now main hub of the area at Mill Hill Broadway; and the area around Mill Hill East. A further area at the western edge of the suburb, The Hale, is on the borders of Mill Hill and Edgware, and is partly in each.
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The A1 and A41 converge as they enter Mill Hill Escorts at Fiveways Corner, this section is known as the Watford Way. The dual carriageway passes through Mill Hill, and the routes diverge at Apex Corner (officially Northway Circus). The M1 motorway was built through the western part of Mill Hill in 1967. There is a disused southbound exit slip road which passes under the Watford Way and which covers part of the old railway between Mill Hill East and Edgware Town.
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Cheap Mill Hill Escorts East has been designated by the Mayor of London in his London Plan as a ‘proposed area of intensification’, in and around the Inglis Barracks site. As a result, Barnet Council designated the ‘Mill Hill East Area Action Plan’ (AAP) and carried out public consultation events. An at-times noisy ‘examination in public’,to test the ‘soundness’ of the Council’s submitted AAP proposals, was held in October 2008, conducted by the Planning Inspectorate, and the subsequent report broadly agreed with the Council’s plans.Representations were made to the Planning Inspectorate to reopen the railway line from Mill Hill East station to the west.A small victory for local protesters was that the report reaffirmed that a local closed road, Sanders Lane, would not be reopened for traffic, if only because the road was outside the AAP boundary (this had already conceded by the council) and would need separate consideration. However, speakers at the enquiry drew attention to the ‘co-incidence’ that a collector road proposed in the AAP happened to meet the main road (Bittacy Hill) exactly opposite the short section of Sanders Lane still open to traffic. They suggested to the inspector that it was no coincidence at all, but the matter was left unresolved. The inspector stated in his report of December 2008