Brent healthy neighbourhoods
Review of the trial schemes
Thanks to everyone who joined engagement sessions and shared their views. We have considered the comments, ideas and suggestions from the Community Engagement reports along with independent monitoring review reports for the 5 trial schemes. These reports will help us decide whether to remove or make changes to existing schemes, or whether to trial further measures in Healthy Neighbourhood areas which would be subject to consultation.
A report was considered by the Councils Cabinet at the meeting on 17 January 2022.
Select any of the Healthy Neighbourhood schemes below, to view these reports.
About healthy neighbourhoods
A Healthy Neighbourhood is a group of residential streets where vehicle traffic that isn’t local to the area is either discouraged or removed. The aim is to improve air quality and to make streets safer, quieter and more pleasant.
Trial schemes in Brent
We have been trialling a number of these schemes within the borough in partnership with Transport for London (TfL) and the Department for Transport (DfT). It is important that we work with the community to identify measures that will improve the area by reducing through-traffic and congestion, as well as making it easier to walk and cycle. Living Streets, a national walking charity, have supported the Council with community engagement in the areas where Healthy Neighbourhood schemes have either been trialled or trials are planned.
Brondesbury and Queens Park
Stonebridge and Harlesden
Tokyngton and Wembley Central