Tell Brent Council how to use our NCIL fundsJanuary 21, 2020 1 COMMENT
Brent Council is asking for ideas to use the Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL). Follow our quick guide to help push for Space for Cycling in Brent.
2. Question 3: Rank Climate Change and Ecology and Roads and Transport as your top priorities.
3. Question 4: Copy the following text, or write your own:
“Brent is among the worst places in London for road safety. Small fixes will make cycling and walking much safer and more inviting for people of all ages. Brent must build high quality, attractive infrastructure which meets international best standards. This includes: safe space on main roads; reducing speeds and traffic volumes on residential roads; and building connections across the major barriers in the borough.”
4. Question 8: Tell Brent Council about Brent Cycling Campaign (firstname.lastname@example.org) and London Cycling Campaign (email@example.com).
5. Question 9: Tell Brent Council one thing which can improve cycling near you. If you are unsure have a look at our suggestions below.
Cambridge Close bridge and path over the river Brent – Accessibility – Remove barrier, improve lighting to make it an attractive cycling route.
Chevenning Road / Winchester Avenue – Junction – Enable crossing Brondesbury Park (similar intervention to Christchurch Ave).
Sudbury Court Drive – Cycle Lane – A protected cycle path at least between Littleton Road and Sudbury Hill.
Welsh Harp – Cycle Lane – Improvement of the path to enable both pedestrians and people cycling comfortably through this open space.
Wembley Triangle – Junction – Make Wembley Triangle a t-junction, simplify crossings, and add protected cycle lanes to link Wembley Park and Wembley Central.
Willesden Library – Kerb/Accessibility – Create a link between Grange Road and Lechmere which is filtered. Signs indicated that Grange Road is accessible to people cycling. Possibly, create a route from Brondesbury Park (just before the bus stop outside the library).