I don't really have to set out the case against the closure of the Welsh Harp Environmental Study Centre as Brent Council does it for me in the promotional video above.
The Centre has been threatened with closure on a number of occasions and each time schools, young people and former users, as well as environmentalists, have come to its defence. LINK
|Thought to be in the 1980s|
The Officer's report LINK suggests that Carey's, who currently fund one teaching post, might be interested in 'a greater role which could keep the centre open'. Carey's is the parent company of Seneca the waste materials reprocessing company sited between Wembley Park and Neasden.
I guess if Carey's stump up more funding, Brent will have to kick back something in return.
What a terrible state of affairs.
Hi, on the Hendon side please come to our public inquiry running thought late January at Holiday Inn and Hendon Town Hall. Some details are on http://www.west-hendon.co.uk thanks
What does Welsh Harp cllr Roxanne Mashari, former executive member for the environment, have to say about this? Guess she'll toe the party-line. NB doesn't she have her sights on Westminster?
Carey's don't seem to have any planning applications at the moment.
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