|Young people make their view known|
Local people expressed concerns at losing a pub which provides a social hub for the area which is safe for women to visit on their own and a base for the Busy Rascals pre-school group and the National Childbirth Trust. Tom Miller, a prospective Labour candidate in the local elections, said it was a valued meeting place for young professionals like himself to meet.
|Alex Colas of Make Willesden Green|
Concern was also expressed about the provision of interim accommodation for Busy Rascals with recent proposals dismissed as cosmetic.
The decision about the future of the Queensbury will be made at the Planning Committee meeting which takes place at 7pm at Brent Civic Centre (directions here) on March 12th . Again your presence is needed.
Anyone wanting to travel together to the Planning Committee meeting on 12th March should meet at Willesden Green station at 6.15pm.
Applications to speak on the issue at the Planning Committee should be made to:
Joe Kwateng, Democratic Services Officer 020 8937 1354020 8937 1354, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org