One should not forget the so far friendly exchanges between Brent and Barnet councils, but the attitude of, "Let's see what happens next" will not save Brent children and others from respiratory illnesses, ill- health in general and miserable living conditions, including noise and disastrous environmental harm in and around Dollis Hill, Cricklewood, Willesden, Welsh Harp, Neasden, Hendon, Kingsbury and the whole of Wembley. (I am deliberately not including the Barnet side of the area.)
Therefore I urge you to spare TWO minutes and read below
I attended the Hendon & District residents Forum where Barnet Council Official, Martin Cowie informed us that the meeting was only discussing the extension of the time limits, as a legal requirement, which seemed reasonable enough. This week the Times tells us that the extension will give stakeholders a chance to give extra input- They said "These controls will ensure Barnet Council and the other stakeholders and in particular TfL will continue to have real control and input into how the Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration is taken forward - and that public transport, infrastructure and community investment keeps pace with development." So who thinks this is a good idea? Well it seems that the chair of the planning committee does. Her name Wendy Prentice.
Wendy Prentice thinks that children who grow up in an extremely polluted environment, with no green spaces to play, bounded by dangerous roads, railways and rivers will grow up into happy, healthy children. So what sort of a road does Ms Prentice live in. Well I googled her road and looked at the streetview? What does Ms Greenspan see when she walks down her road? Well she sees something like this :-