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Bike Shed: Consultation on Relocation

Dunster Gardens Bike Hangar - 24 Oct 2018 7:30pm

The unannounced arrival of a bike hangar in Dunster Gardens was a cause of frustration for BRAT. Not because we object to bike hangars – on the contrary! – but because we had taken time and trouble in 2017 to

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Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) briefing from TfL at January’s QPARA meeting

On January 10, 2019, Simon Roberts, Principal City Planner at Transport for London, gave a presentation to the Queen’s Park Area Residents’ Association on the soon-to-be-introduced Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ). Nisha Durgacharan, Community Partnership Specialist at TfL was also

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Posted in Environment

Brondesbury Station – London TravelWatch has its say

London TravelWatch is the official watchdog organisation representing the interests of transport users in and around the capital. Officially known as London Transport Users Committee, it was established in July 2000. In October 2018, Arriva Rail London, which operates London

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Posted in Consultation

Recent consultations – Local Plan, Transport Plan

Two major consultations completed recently: Brent Council’s statutory response to The Mayor of London’s latest Transport Strategy, on November 30, 2018 The Brent Local Plan, on January 3rd, 2019 (see also our earlier post). BRAT did not make a submission

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Posted in Brent Council, Consultation, Opinion
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