Click above for what became the consented plan, plus Transport page.


CORRECTION: Mon 21 Nov: Wembley Matters: "Brent Council to debate the West London Alliance on MONDAY"

Link to web site

"Brent Council is to debate the West London Alliance at its meeting on November 21st. The WLA brings the above boroughs together, in various combination, to deliver services. The combined population is nearly twice the size of Birmingham.

"Introducing the debate Cllr Butt, Leader of Brent Council states:
"The West London Alliance plays a central role in improving the collaborative approach of seven London councils, facilitating a communal approach to the challenges facing the residents and businesses of West London.

In housing, children’s services, in health and wellbeing, in employment and skills – the WLA has been at the forefront of offering innovative, forward-thinking approaches to the issues that matter to us all.

With ongoing central government cuts to local council funding and further reductions expected in the coming years, it is more important than ever that we work in partnership with our neighbouring boroughs. To share best practice and improve our ways of working, to find solutions the challenges that face us all.

Brent Council pledges to continue to work closely with the WLA and our neighbouring boroughs to deliver the best outcomes for the residents and businesses of West London. Even with the arrogant, incompetent and at times corrupt London Borough of Barnet." [He didn't say that.]

No comments:

Post a Comment