The Queensbury Conservative Action team has been carrying out regular street walks in Queensbury. We have recently reported a trip hazards, cracking with a gap wider and deeper than 15mm outside 27 Roe Lane to Brent Highways Department to fix. It’s unsightly and dangerous to walk on.
More fly tipping in Preston on Carlton Avenue East outside the Preston Library, a popular location for fly tippers. With no grass cutting the street look overgrown and unkept. Litter thrown into the grass adds to the poor standards of streetcare by Brent Council.
If you've never experienced the thrill of airplane turbulence, you can often recreate it by driving down two potholes outside 124 and 129 Beverley Drive Queensbury. It makes it difficult to keep our car in top condition, when trying to avoid potholes big enough to grow plants.
After considerable complaints to Brent Council and Veolia on delays in basic maintenance for months. Chamberlayne Avenue received some street cleaning. For months residents have been informing Brent council of the poor service and inadequate response regarding the street care.
“Queensbury Deserves Better Service” – Brent Council blame a lack of funds, but surely this part of the road near Queensbury Underground station which has been patched up at least eight times and resurfaced three times - It’s time the root cause is investigated, a more permanent fix found.
Brent Conservatives - Supporting the India Charity Bike riders 2020 http://www.madtoday.org/ and celebrating India’s 71 Republic Day. The charity bike ride starts from Akshardham Delhi to the Golden Temple Amritsar 471km across 4 days.
Anton Georgiou, Sonia Shah, Gaynor Lloyd and Mansoor Akram have been elected to Brent Council after winning seats in the by-election held in Alperton, Barnhill and Wembley Central wards yesterday (23 January).
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