Friday, 24 March 2017

Brent and Kilburn Times Cover Planning Committee


Click on the link below to see results of planning committee
Our Story


Summary of Vote
5 Cllrs voted For, 1 against

Likely record length meeting: 3hrs 32mins


come back @ 10pm Sat 25th for more info...

Friday, 17 March 2017

Our Petition to Brent Council




Click Here to Sign Our Petition 


We say NO to 22 uncapped Event Days of 90,000 people

We object to Brent Residents paying for any additional Police, Clean-Up and Enforcement.

We object to Impact for Brent Residents on our Emergency Services:
that Brent Police are not protected from being assigned to manage Premiership Football Supporters, that their priority is to protect Brent Residents and Businesses

Assurance from Brent Council that we are not relegated to the lowest non league division.

We object to more uncapped 90,000 people Event Days

We object to being exploited by Wembley Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and Brent Council who fail to recognise the full adverse impact on quality of life of local residents and Businesses (Planning application: 17/0368)

We object to Brent Council's extremly poor track record in providing robust traffic management and logistics for the borough.

This, if approved, would result in local residents and businesses being stuck in perpetual gridlock on average 3hrs and 12 mins every 6.2 days; That's on average 1/5 of our daytime.

Why is this important?

Case Study: Event Day at Wembley National Stadium where Tottenham Hotspur Football Club played.
There were proven irregularities towards the implementation of effective control of traffic leaving the stadium by appointed CSP personnel causing heavier flows of vehicles within the vicinity, causing increased pollution and lessening quality of life. Observed drinking, urinating and defecating on residential streets, not only within Wembley but broader location.

Some of our Brent Members, Supporters and Friends

http://www.wembleycrimeprevention.org/

Wembley High Road Business Association http://whr.london/ (2016 GLA Funded Project)





£1million Big Local National Lottery Funded Project http://londonbrent.wixsite.com/wembleyfutures



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MP to meet with Brent residents

Barry Gardiner MP (Brent North) has arranged to meet with residents concerned about the potential impact of the proposal to increase the number of full capacity events at Wembley Stadium.


The meeting will take place at  

Time: 10.30am -11am 

Date: Saturday 18th March
 
Venue: 
St Cuthbert's Church 
214 Carlton Ave West 
Wembley HA0 3QY

Capacity is limited (unlike the Stadium) to the first 30 residents or representatives to respond by emailing with name(s) to martinrfrancis@virginmedia.com (He will pass on to the organiser)


The application goes to Planning Committee at 6.30pm on Thursday March 23rd.