KTRA Have your say

Free Cycle Marking 28th Nov

Number 18 Bus To return to Double Decker!

Cemetery Wall Update - Sept 2010

Western Congestion Charge Cosultation

Transport for London (TfL) has begun a statutory public consultation on a number of proposed changes to London's Congestion Charge.  If approved the last charging day for the Western Extension could be Christmas Eve, with other changes coming into effect on 4 January 2011. In the consultation the Mayor proposes that the last charging day for the Western Extension would be 24 December 2010.  It would be suspended as normal over the festive period then from Tuesday 4 January the Congestion Charging zone will revert to substantially the same boundaries as existed prior to the Western Extension being added in 2007.  Full story:  http://www.tfl.gov.uk/corporate/media/newscentre/archive/15581.aspx Residents of the Kensal Triangle are just outside the zone as you know so abolition of the western extension would enable residents to travel without congestion charge to areas outside the original zone e.g. Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, Kensington High Street.   The case for and against is widely documented but please state your view either way. And to register your views on the consultation: https://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/roadusers/congestioncharging/consultation/default.aspx  Residents are urged to express their views before the deadline, 2nd August. Here is a leaflet from TFL which includes maps and the case for and against.

Ladbroke Grove Crossing - please send u s your

Please can you send us your comments about the junction by EMAIL
We have been campaigning for some time to get a pedestrian phase at these lights.
Any thoughts would be welcomed and will help us get this junction changed for the better.

Congestion Charge - Western Extension Consultation

Queens Park Open Gardens & Studios 2010

Kilburn Times/Ladbroke Grove Crossing article

The Kilburn Times Ran a piece about the lack of crossing facilities at the Junction of Ladbroke Grove & Harrow Road on 13th May.
KTRA member Gill Allis organised Parents and children from the local area after school.