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Harrow councillors reveal significant upgrades with Marlborough Ward funding

Harrow’s Labour Councillors have announced significant investments in the Marlborough Ward aimed at addressing community needs and enhancing local infrastructure.

The funding for these projects, sourced from the Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL), paid by construction companies, will be led by local councillors in collaboration with the community.

The projects primarily focus on road safety improvements and community enhancements.

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What are the upgrades?

£85,000 allocated for a 20mph scheme in Radnor Road and surrounding streets, in partnership with the Radnor Community Group, to improve road safety and enhance residents’ sense of security.

£10,000 set aside to review extending Pay and Display hours at the Quadrant (Goodwill to All junction) to support local businesses with longer parking hours for evening trade.

£27,000 dedicated to studying options for a potential new school crossing outside St Jerome’s School on Station Road, prioritizing the safety of school children.

£40,000 allocated for a Controlled Parking Zone Review in Harley Road and Harley Crescent, with resident consultations to address parking issues.

Community Enhancements:

Additional local street tree planting and installation of festive lights near the goodwill to all junction, improving the aesthetics of the area.

Marlborough Councillor and Leader of the Labour Group in Harrow, Cllr. David Perry said: “Local Labour Councillors in Marlborough Ward are extremely pleased to be working with local residents, businesses and stakeholders to bring positive investment opportunities into the local area.

“This is just the start of our plans locally and like all Labour Councillors who preside over Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy’s, should any residents have any ideas in your area please get in touch with your local representative”.

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