Harrow is applying for funding for TfL to improve the streets in and around Wealdstone, and want people's input and ideas. We have drafted a proposal here: https://healthystreetsharrow.wordpress.com/vision/central-harrow-and-wealdstone/wealdstone/ Please let us know what you think and mark your thoughts on Harrow's map here: https://wealdstonelnmap.commonplace.is The input of people who live in, work in or visit … Continue reading Wealdstone Liveable Neighbourhood
Date: Wed 4 Sep 2019 Time: 7.30pm Venue: 60 Longley Road, Harrow, HA1 4TH Please come along to our meeting or get in touch if you are interested in anything we plan to discuss. We are especially interested to hear from people who live in Marlborough ward, as we would like to develop a petition … Continue reading Harrow Cyclists meeting 4 Sep 2019
Harrow council is consulting on three housing developments near Rayners Lane, Canons Park and Stanmore tube stations. The new housing will be available for shared ownership or affordable rent and will be built on the station car parks, with a reduction in car parking spaces. There will be more cycle parking and the intention is … Continue reading New developments in Harrow – consultations open
Harrow is undergoing major new developments in the town centre, but the area is dominated by cars with poor walking and cycling facilities. We are campaigning for major improvements - removal of through motor traffic from minor streets, cycle tracks along main roads with better junctions, more zebra crossings, and more cycle parking. The improvements … Continue reading Campaign for a Liveable Neighbourhood in Central Harrow
Harrow council is proposing to reduce through traffic in the Kingshill Avenue area in Kenton, by making short sections of road one way (with cycling exemption) or closing them to motor vehicles (leaving access for cycling). The consultation is currently open online here (deadline 31 July): https://consult.harrow.gov.uk/consult.ti/kishill/consultationHome We are broadly in favour of this proposal … Continue reading Kingshill Avenue – Harrow’s first low traffic neighbourhood?
Harrow council is proposing to redevelop the Headstone Gardens / Harrow View / Headstone Drive traffic light junction to provide a pedestrian phase. Three out of four right turns will be banned at the junction to enable this to happen, and all pedestrians will cross at the same time (single-stage crossings). However, this route is … Continue reading Goodwill junction redesign
The next meeting of Harrow Cyclists will be on Tuesday 11 June, 7.30pm at 60 Longley Road, Harrow, HA1 4TH. Please come along if you would like to help with our campaign!