Cricklewood rail super-hub: James Brokenshire refuses inquiry meaning plan will go ahead | Environment | Kilburn Times

youporn nigerian fuck download It means the scheme effectively has no more hurdles to clear before work can commence.

The group, backed by councillors in Barnet, Camden and Brent, had submitted a 600-strong petition asking them to look again at the plans for an aggregate site near the Lidl on the Edgware Road.

They believe the 450 lorries a day using the site will drive up air pollution in the area.

The proposal has been contentious since it was first proposed.

A co-ordinated campaign between councillors in Camden, Brent and Barnet saw more than 4,000 objections lodged with Barnet Council. But they chose to approve the move in February. Cricklewood rail super-hub: James Brokenshire refuses inquiry meaning plan will go ahead | Environment | Kilburn Times

 

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