Category Archive: consultation

Sep 23 2013

Statutory Consultations for School Expansions Begin

Statutory consultations about Phase 2 of the Primary School Expansion Programme are being held from Monday 16 September to Friday 18 October 2013. The schools proposed for expansion are: Group 1: Proposed for permanent expansion in September 2014. Aylward Primary School, Pinner Wood School, Grange Primary School, Norbury School, Belmont School Group 2: Proposed for permanent expansion in …

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Aug 20 2013

Consultation opens on Stanmore late night drinking ban

Harrow Council wants to know what you think about plans to curb early morning drinking in Stanmore. The council is consulting on proposals to introduce an Early Morning Restriction Order (EMRO) in the run up to Christmas in certain Stanmore town centre pubs, clubs, shops and restaurants. This would prohibit them from selling alcohol between …

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Aug 08 2013

Harrow’s Parking Consultation – Crunching the numbers

This was an email from @PraxisReform, which is so useful, it’s well worth using as a guest post in it’s own right… I went and took a look at the on street parking figures today (attached). This is a bit more complex, since unless we know that all the streets are the same size, or …

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Aug 06 2013

Harrow’s Parking Charges Consultation: Five days only!

Question: When is a consultation NOT a consultation? Answer: When your council gives you just FIVE clear days to respond, and then email you details about it two days before it closes. The latest cupid stunt from Harrow Counci is a ‘statutory consultation’ which is ‘…seeking your views on the notice provided, regarding changes to …

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Mar 27 2013

Harrow’s Taxicard Scheme Consultation Begins

Running until June 1, 2013, Harrow is running a consultation on changes to the Taxicard Scheme – reduced rate taxi access for people in need. As we said here, the scheme currently has some 5,200 members, but only 1,700 used the service in the last year. the council, wanting to save money, proposes a number …

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Jan 28 2013

Harrow Council Want your Views on Housing Changes

People can have their final say on a number of housing changes designed to increase the supply of affordable housing and make sure those with the greatest housing need come first. Harrow Council has launched a consultation on a number of proposals, which will change the way it allocates housing, deals with homelessness and works …

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Jan 28 2013

Harrow Seeks Feedback on Childrens’ Centres

Have your say on Harrow ‘s Children’s Centres with a series of feedback sessions which have just been announced. It is hugely important that services for families are tailored around their needs and priorities and these regular forums, which will take place from February onwards, give people the chance to tell us what matters to …

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Jan 24 2013

Harrow Residents Petition Against Vaughan School Expansion

Local residents have launched a petition against the Vaughan School application for expansion, citing a number of concerns with the project. They say: The Council must find an alternative solution that provides a fit for purpose school, minimises local impact and gives proper value for money. The current plans are unacceptable because: There will be …

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Jan 16 2013

Petition Harrow Council to Continue Support for Harrow Young Musicians

Harrow Young Musicians organises musical activities for young people who live in and around Harrow. It has gained an enviable reputation for music making to a high level in a lively and friendly atmosphere. Harrow Council is currently considering a proposal to withdraw, completely, the grant to Harrow Young Musicians. This will inevitably lead to …

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Jan 15 2013

Have your say on the Council’s draft budget

Harrow Council is urging residents to give their views on the draft budget proposals before the final budget is announced in February. The Council is continually looking at ways to make further savings which is why we are calling on residents to leave comments on our draft budget which has been published on the Council …

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