Although the indicated date for commenting to the Council on the TfL Planning Application has now passed we understand that the Council are still taking comments – and if you would like to OBJECT then please click on the “read more” button just below here and then click on this link How to Object to see how and […]
We would like to say a big THANK YOU to those 3094 people who signed the petition in Northwood which ran in over 30 local shops between July and November 2015. Our thanks also, of course, to the many local shops and businesses who actively participated in providing this fantastic opportunity for local people to […]
Please see this link http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/west-london-news/northwoods-voice-say-tfl-development-10378546 for a recent Uxbridge Gazette article published on 6th November 2015, re pollution monitoring in parts of Green Lane, Northwood by Northwood’s Voice. Our concern at the high pollution results being found right now, even before any future proposed developments, has been expressed to Hillingdon Environmental Officers. Also see our News Flash […]
Letter received from 10 Downing Street acknowledging receipt of our 3,000 signature petition delivered there on 20th October 2015.
Since June 2015 Northwood’s Voice has been monitoring air pollution in parts of Green Lane, Northwood close to where TfL plan to redevelop their site by Northwood underground station. We have done this openly with Hillingdon Council’s knowledge and we have recently written, with our results, to Hillingdon Council environmental officers to keep them advised. […]
“Residents rally to fight TfL’s plans for town – MORE than 3,000 people have signed a petition opposing redevelopment plans in the centre of Northwood.” – Following the Northwood’s Voice petition presentation to Downing Street earlier this week there’s an article in this week’s Watford Observer (October 23rd 2015) about the subject. Please use this […]
On Tuesday 20th October a “Northwoods Voice” petition, signed by some 3,000 people, against the proposed redevelopment of a significant part of the Conservation Area in the centre of Northwood was presented to Downing Street by a group of shopkeepers threatened with demolition of their existing premises. The photo here shows Sam Qeyami (Farmhouse Pizza) and […]
The last exhibition showed changes to plans shown to residents at previous exhibitions. However, the overall result is still the same with the loss of the TfL estate in its present form in Northwood.