Ealing council have relaunched the regeneration project called “Visions for Northolt”, and people who live in, work in or have connections to Northolt are invited to have their say.
In October 2021, the council, together with Transport for London (TfL), was successful in securing £7.2 million, which will be used to address some of the issues local people have already identified, such as easing congestion, improving road safety and managing air quality along the A312 and Kensington Road corridors.
And the council is now asking residents and businesses to get involved in the Visions for Northolt programme.
Ealing Council has worked with local people and listened to their thoughts and ideas to develop a community-led vision for the area’s future, which is all about ensuring that future investment in Northolt reflects the priorities, needs and aspirations of local people.
Between now and the summer of 2022, Northolt’s communities are invited to attend a series of walking workshops, digital sessions and pop-up events to have their say on how this funding should be used.
The following events have been organised in May 2022. Please register for one or all events:
- Wednesday 11 May, 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm: A walking workshop around the White Hart Roundabout area in Northolt.
- Saturday 14 May, 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm: A walking workshop around Kensington/Ealing Road area.
- Saturday 14 May, 3 pm to 4.30 pm: A walking workshop around the Church/Mandeville Road area.
For those unable to attend these in-person events, a series of digital workshops held on Zoom have been arranged to allow them to share their ideas and comments to improve walking and cycling in the area and improve Northolt’s economy and High Streets offer.
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