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Wealdstone High Street looking to bag £2.25m investment! Can you help us?

How would you like to see this funding used? Come and see the plans and have your say!

Great news! We’re so close to winning £2.25m to rejuvenate Wealdstone High Street – but before we start the works, we want to know what you’d like to see!

Next week we are holding drop in sessions so that you can look at the proposals on the design for the High Street. From new paving, lights and signals to safety, traffic and bus services – this is your opportunity to have your say and help shape the future of Wealdstone High Street, as well as secure the investment from TfL.

Cllr Keith Ferry, cabinet member for business, planning and regeneration said:

“There are lots of great things happening in the area at the moment, and if we get this investment, we can do even more great things to help Wealdstone High Street thrive and grow. Wealdstone is at the heart of our plans to Build a Better Harrow, and this will help transform the area to be an even better place to live and work.

“But before we do anything, we need residents and businesses to have their say on what they would like to see on their high street – after all, it is they who will reaping the benefits of this funding.”

 Come and see us on the following dates at Wealdstone Library:

  • Wednesday 22 January 10am to 1pm
  • Friday 24 January 5pm to 8:30pm
  • Saturday 25 January 10am – 1pm

We’ve been working with Transport for London to develop a suitable scheme to increase road network capacity and accommodate the additional walking, cycling and bus trips. The consultation provides details of the scheme developed.

You can also have your say by taking part in our consultation by visiting www.harrow.gov.uk/trafficconsultations where you can also view the proposals. Click on the link “Consultations Open” and then “Wealdstone Town Centre Improvement Scheme” – then follow the instructions to make your comments.

The public consultation will be open for a period of 6 weeks between Monday 13 January and Friday 21 February 2020.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of this consultation in more detail please email [email protected]

Published: 17th January 2020