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

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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