Northfield Avenue

Pavement Replacement along Northfield Avenue

Work to re-lay the pavement on the east side of Northfield Avenue from Devonshire Road to Bramley Road starts on Monday 17 June and is expected to take around 7 weeks.  This letter from the council gives more detail, including a contact if you have concerns.

West Ealing and Hanwell - Council proposals for changes along Uxbridge Road - Corridor 1c

During the last round of Ward Forum meetings, councillors unveiled designs for what they are calling Corridor 1c.  This the stretch of Uxbridge Road which runs from the River Brent to Northfield Avenue.

In response residents asked for a meeting to be held with council officers to fully explain the plans before they go out to public consultation.

The council has therefore arranged a meeting for members of the public to find out more:

3 December 2012
7:30 to 9:00 pm
Princes Room at Ealing Town Hall

Public Meeting - West Ealing and Hanwell - Council proposals for changes along Uxbridge Road

Date: 
Mon 3 Dec 2012 17:30 - 21:00
Location: 
Princes Room at Ealing Town Hall

During the last round of Ward Forum meetings, councillors unveiled designs for what they are calling Corridor 1c.  This the stretch of Uxbridge Road which runs from the River Brent to Northfield Avenue.

In response, residents asked for a meeting to be held with council officers to fully explain the plans before they go out to public consultation.  The council has therefore arranged a meeting for members of the public to find out more.

Transport planners, economic regeneration officers and the cabinet member for transport will be present.

Lammas Park Pedestrian Crossing consultation

Earlier this year EFRA submitted its comments on the proposed location of a pedestrian crossing on Northfield Avenue close to Lammas Park, to replace the existing crossing just to the south.

 

Northfield 20mph zone

In our Autumn newsletter we reported on the proposal for a 20mph zone in roads near Northfield Avenue, roughly the area bounded by Northfield Avenue, Little Ealing Lane, South Ealing Road and the Piccadilly railway line. The introduction of the zone will require speed-humps on all included roads.

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