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Labour’s Councillors in Brondesbury Park – securing street repairs in Leighton Gardens

For the residents of Brondesbury Park, this is the ninth consecutive year in which funding from government has been slashed, putting a tremendous strain on the services our council can provide. The residents of Leighton Gardens brought to our attention several problems with the pavements in their area. Your 3 Labour Councillors, Tony Ethapemi, Erica […]

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Labour’s Councillors – standing up for Willesden Green

Our priorities for 2019 are to work with the local community to improve local streets by tackling rubbish dumping and Anti Social Behaviour. We have supported bids for funding to improve the underpass at Chapter Road and for the Willesden Green Residents Association. We have also being working closely with the Willesden Green Town Centre […]

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Labour tackling fly tipping in Northwick Park

Northwick Park Councillors Robert Johnson, Keith Perrin and Margaret McLennan, with the help of local residents, were able to get a CCTV camera installed due to the increase of flytipping. A flytipping camera is now in place monitoring the passage (Byron Road to East Court) which will be upgraded in the future. Other locations for […]

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Labour’s Councillors – Working hard to make Stonebridge a safe, clean and vibrant place to live

Following efforts made by Cllr Ezeajughi since 2016, Stonebridge’s Labour Councillors have launched a campaign to the Canal and River Trust. This campaign was initiated by residents of Twybridge Road, Wood Road and others in Stonebridge. The campaign involves a petition which calls on the Canal and River Trust to dredge the length of the […]

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Labour’s Councillors for Sudbury – working hard to deliver for the ward

In the May 2018 local elections, Sudbury elected three Labour Councillors – Cllr Mary Daly, Cllr Saqib Butt and Cllr Thomas Stephens – on a record turnout and vote share. Since then, Sudbury’s Labour Councillors have been hard at work delivering on their “five pledges” to you, our local residents: Bringing police and the Council […]

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Labour’s Queensbury Councillors – working hard to improve Kingsbury Road

In response to local residents’ views, Labour’s Queensbury Councillors, Ramesh Patel, Kana Naheerathan and Sandra Kabir have taken action to improve Kingsbury Road. They have spoken up for Queensbury’s residents at the Civic Centre and the work to improve Kingsbury Road has now begun. Kingsbury Road has already benefitted from new pavements and work has […]

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Labour’s Kensal Green Councillors – Championing residents views on traffic and parking

We, Jumbo Chan, Claudia Hector and Matt Kelcher, Labour’s Councillors for Kensal Green believe that local people know what is best for their areas and should have a major say in how council services are delivered in their street.  We apply this principle across the Kensal Green ward, which stretches from the Jubilee Clock Tower […]

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Labour’s Councillors for Dudden Hill, making Neasden a better place to shop

Following the appointment of a Town Centre Manager your three Dudden Hill councillors, Aslam Choudry, Krupesh Hirani and Janice Long have worked together to improve the public realm in Neasden and to make it a better place to shop. Environment notices were served on various landlord and various shop frontages and the walls above the […]

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