Mar 06 2017

Queensbury Blighted by Fly-tipping, Litter and Traffic Problems

There are currently two big issues facing residents of Queensbury. The first of these is that of flytipping and litter. This is a problem across the ward, especially in the roads around Kenton Road. Residents are either leaving litter or dumping their rubbish on roadsides, and this is simply unacceptable. Unfortunately the Labour councillors refuse to act on the issue, despite the Leader of the Council representing the ward. They are simply not responding to residents’ concerns.

Likewise, there are serious road and traffic issues facing residents. There has been an increase in traffic in the area, especially on Streatfield Road, where there are more and more accidents. This has created serious problems for residents but, once again, the Labour councillors have done nothing to act to change this for a number of years.

Fly-tipping at Mollison Way and surrounding alleyways

Feb 20 2017

Visit My Mosque Day

The 5th of February 2017 was #VisitMyMosque Day. This is an annual UK event organised by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), now in its 3rd year. Visit my Mosque day is a fantastic opportunity for local residents to visit their local Mosque and meet with the Muslim community, to gain a better understanding of the Islamic faith and a chance to ask any questions.

I visited the Sri Lankan Muslim Cultural Centre in Whitefriars Avenue, Wealdstone where I was made to feel very welcome by all. This was my first visit to a Mosque and I came away learning so much about the Muslim faith & the history of Islam and the role the Mosque plays in the local community, including the charitable work and fundraising projects.

Tracy Pearman (pictures below) and Dimabo Wolseley are the Conservative Party candidates contesting the Wealdstone Ward seats in the 2018 Local Election.

Feb 17 2017

Canons Ward – Spring Update 2017

Canons Conservative Councillors have been working hard to address the implications of increased traffic and congestion across Stanmore and Edgware. Within the last six months the Canons team have addressed this by:

  • Introducing parking restrictions and emergency road safety measures on Pangbourne Drive and Stonegrove to protect residents from motorists who are using the road as a rat run to cut through Stanmore.
  • Introducing 24/7 resident permit parking on Kerry Court to protect local residents from inconsiderate parking from commuters and minicabs drivers.
  • Campaigning for Wembley Event Day parking across Stanmore and Canons Park.
  • Supporting residents of the Canons Drive Estate in their battle to stop heavy weight recovery vehicles parking outside their homes.

Canons Councillors have also secured £20,000 to regenerate the Canons Park Station Parade. Cllr Ameet Jogia said, “Canons Park has been neglected by Harrow Council for many years and I am pleased that we have this opportunity to reinstate the parade back to its previous glory.”

 

(L-R) Cllrs Bharat Thakker, Amir Moshenson and Ameet Jogia

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