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Local Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs)

We have expanded our Streetscape action group recently due to the great interest in LTNs and Brent’s plans to introduce them in the QPARA area. Marina Cantacuzino, a member of the expanded group, has been compiling a dossier of reports and studies into LTNs. Here is a link to the latest version of the dossier […]

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Call for food donations for local Christmas deliveries

A call out for food donations – a few of the local initiatives are short of donations over the next two weeks, partly because schools have broken up and collections are no longer possible. They are very keen to collect as much pasta, rice, tuna, tinned tomatoes, fruit and veg as possible over the weekend […]

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Tier 3 and Queen’s Park’s facilities

London moves into Tier 3: Very High Alert From December 16, London has been placed in Tier 3: Very High Alert to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Most of the facilities can continue to operate with strict measures in place to reduce the risk of virus transmission. This includes: Parliament Hill Athletics Track Tennis courts […]

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Carols by Candlelight from St Anne’s, 5pm, Sunday 20th December – Zoom service

Click on the link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIocOqvrTMpGdyqPWF-0yUzNVetEhKcqxWa

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Friends of Paddington Old Cemetery

We were delighted to welcome Paul Scott and Andrew Lowe from the Friends of Paddington Old Cemetery, as guest speakers at QPARA’s online AGM on 12th November. They gave a fascinating talk about the history of Paddington Old Cemetery, the challenges it faces, the achievements of the friends and plans for the future, in particular […]

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Kilburn Lane closed between Buller Road and Harrow Road until mid-December for Harrow Road / Ladbroke Grove junction works

The closure  is between 23rd Octoberuntil mid-December. Bus routes 28, 52, 316 and 452 will be diverted. All these serve Chamberlayne Road and the 316 also serves Queen’s Park by Premier Corner. See below for further details.

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The Autumn edition of QPARA’s newsletter is ready to be posted through Queen’s Park letterboxes!

Queen’s Park News will be distributed to all households and businesses in the QPARA area over the next couple of weeks. It is full of informative articles on many topics of local interest.  If you can’t wait for yours to arrive or you live outside the area, you can read it here. The Newsletter section of […]

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Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) – update

A special item at QPARA’s monthly meeting on 8th October discussed Brent’s proposals for LTN19 Queen’s Park / Brondesbury Park and LTN20 Kilburn (which includes some streets east of Salusbury Road). Some 90 members and other residents who attended heard updates on the latest position and expressed continued strong concern at the lack of consultation […]

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ICMP music college is planning to open in Salusbury Road in September 2021

The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP) have reached an agreement to take over the lease of the former Corrib Rest and have applied to Brent Council to approve a change of use from A4 (a pub) to D1 (Education and Health). QPARA members may be interested to see and comment on the planning application which […]

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QPARA news: What is happening on Brent’s plans for Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) for the Queen’s Park Area and Kilburn Area?

First of all a personal thanks from me to all of the almost 60 people who took the trouble to provide our Streetscape team with your feedback on the plans. You expressed a wide range of views sometimes cogently and often with passion!  A lot has been going on since then and our Chair and […]

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