KTRA will be hosting a stall at Queens Park Day.
Please come and join us. it's a great day out for all the family.
We will be holding a raffle on the day which will be drawn at the end of the day.
We have some great prizes lined up.
Tickets are £1 each, you can buy as many as you like!
We will post the prizes here in the next couple of days.
Brent Streetcare have Steam cleaned Harrow Road and the side roads leading off it as promised.
They agreed to do this after carnival to help the area get back to normal.
Warfield Road - Clean!
Welcome to Brian Mannion the new owner of William 4th
Brian has kindly said we can continue to use the function room for our meetings on the 1st Monday of the month, and has also donated the 1st item for our prize draw at Queens Park Day.
It’s a meal for 2 with wine in the new Restaurant.
Brian has exiting plans for the pub, which is great for the area.
The William 4th has recently been sold.
We would like to thank Patrick, Nick and Carlos for their support, and we wish them well in their future plans.
The Notting Hill Carnival Toilets were a great success last year - and KTRA is pleased to learn we will be getting them again this year for the 2009 Carnival
There was torrential ran again on Saturday 27th June, which resulted in severe flash flooding on Harrow Road.
The local residents had to close the road off, as the cars were coming down very fast and causing a huge “ripple” through the foot of water and was sending it into local shops and homes.
Alex is studying “Planning & Sustainability” at Kingston University. For her masters project, She is carrying out research and then preparing an action plan for an area in London. She has chosen to look at the area accessed via Canal Way (postcode W10) in Kensal which covers the Ladbroke Grove Sainsbury's supermarket and car park, the Gaswork's site, the Grand Union Canal, the vacant site owned by Ballymore Group and the Railway depot to the south of the Paddington railway line.
Part of Alex’s research involves community consultation and she would be very grateful if people did the small survey below. She can gather feedback on what the local community would like to see happen in this area.
Planning & Sustainability Survey
The Wakeman Road Junction where it meets harrow road was finished last week
The entrance to the road has been reshaped and narrowed to prevent use by heavy unsuitable vehicles entering the triangle, and to slow down vehicles as they leave harrow road.
Brent council agreed to do the works after a successful campaign by KTRA led by Dave Halberry