Plans for Chamberlayne Road

Brent Council, in partnership with Transport for London (TfL), appointed a project team to develop a concept design looking at ways of improving public realm features and accessibility for pedestrians and cyclists in the Chamberlayne Road area.


The Chamberlayne Road public realm study includes the length of Chamberlayne Road / Kilburn Lane from Whitmore Gardens to Harrow Road and including Station Terrace.   Output from the study will form the basis of a bid for future funding from TfL’s Local Implementation Plan (LIP) or Major Scheme programmes. This funding is essential for the civil engineering works associated with a proposed programme. A copy of the report and appendices is available below.

Councillor Eleanor Southwood, Queens Park Ward and Lead Member for Environment said.

“This report is an important landmark in our work to improve Chamberlayne Road. 4 local residents associations, local councillors, council officers and our consultants, Urban Flow, have developed an exciting vision for the future of the area.

The focus has been on reducing congestion, improving air quality and making Chamberlayne Road a pleasant, safe place to enjoy. The next stage is to identify potential funding sources so that we can start to make our vision into reality.

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Brent’s response to the refugee crisis – Public Event

The next meeting of Brent Connects Kilburn will run from 7-9pm on Tuesday, 24 January 2017 at Salusbury Rooms, Salusbury Primary School, Salusbury Road NW6 6RG.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - SEPTEMBER 12: Protesters attending a pro-refugee march in London, England on September 12, 2015. Pro-refugee demonstrators demand the UK government to help more refugees fleeing Syria. (Photo by Tolga Akmen/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

As one of the most culturally diverse boroughs in Britain, a panel discussion will explore Brent’s response to the refugee crisis.

Oscar Watkins – Volunteer, Brent Action for Refugees
Sarah Reynolds – Manager, Salusbury World (only refugee support charity – based in a primary school – in the UK
Laurence Coaker – Head of Housing Needs, Brent

Despite growing demand for local services from an increasing and ageing population, the funding that Brent Council receives from the Government is set to fall even further. Come along and have your say on Brent’s tax and spending proposals for 2017/18.

In addition, we will have the latest policing update for Brondesbury Park, Kilburn, Mapesbury and Queens Park wards, and the rest of Brent. Can you help improve the service the police offer Brent communities?