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    Dagenham Glass

    September 13, 2020

    Boarding Up Near Me We at Dagenham Glass, provide the following glazing services; double glazing repairs, replacement windows, misted double glazing, blown double glazing, emergency window repairs. Please call our local expert glaziers for advice. Have a look at our Contact Us Page for more information https://dagenhamglass247.co.uk/contact-dagenham-glass/

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    Dagenham Glass

    September 10, 2020

    24 Hour Glass Repairs We at Dagenham Glass, provide the following glazing services; double glazing repairs, replacement windows, misted double glazing, blown double glazing, emergency window repairs. Please call our local expert glaziers for advice. Have a look at our Contact Us Page for more information https://dagenhamglass247.co.uk/contact-dagenham-glass/

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    Dagenham Glass

    September 7, 2020

    24 Hour Glass Repairs Near Me We at Dagenham Glass, provide the following glazing services; double glazing repairs, replacement windows, misted double glazing, blown double glazing, emergency window repairs. Please call our local expert glaziers for advice. Have a look at our Contact Us Page for more information https://dagenhamglass247.co.uk/contact-dagenham-glass/

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    Dagenham shopping centre Happy Friday Everybody! Take a look at our Dagenham Glass Facebook Page- https://www.facebook.com/Dagenham-Glass-247-867073616744383/ You can also visit our Blog page https://dagenhamglass247.co.uk/blog/

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    The London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, like other modern London boroughs, was born out of the London Government Act of 1963.  It was formed from the Municipal Boroughs of Barking and a large part of the Municipal Borough of Dagenham. Following World War I and World War II, the borough became increasingly residential as housing projects exploded for returning soldiers.  As such, [...]

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    Crown House is up for demolition now that plans for 396 homes have been approved by Barking and Dagenham Council planning chiefs. Developers want to demolish Crown House in Linton Road, Barking, and build 396 homes in high rises of nine to 29 storeys. The plans were approved at Barking Town Hall on Monday. During the planning committee meeting, Cllr Andrew Achilleos asked whether a viability [...]

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