More help for those on low incomes to get rid of higher polluting vehicles as £5 million more added to the scrappage scheme to help people get ready for the ULEZ expansion later this year

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Mayor announces additional £5 million funding to support disabled and low-income Londoners to scrap older, more polluting vehicles, bringing total investment up to £61 million These schemes have been incredibly successful, helping replace or retrofit nearly 10,000 vehicles since 2019. Londoners have responded positively to the upcoming expansion of the ULEZ with over 80 per […]

Question to the Mayor from Krupesh Hirani on tube noise in the Kingsbury area

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Tube noise continues to be a huge issue across London. Within my constituency Transport for London (TfL) has trialled different lubrications on some trains in Kingsbury as this ‘further reduces friction between the wheels and track, particularly around curves’ and this has proved successful. When do you expect to roll this vital initiative out to […]

Fundraising walk for Mutual Aid Groups and the Brent Solidarity Fund

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A socially distanced fundraising walk at Gladstone Park led by local Dudden Hill volunteer Diane to raise money for our fantastic local Mutual Aid support networks. You have the choice to either donate to Brent Solidarity Fund here. The fund helps local residents facing financial hardship with small funding to pay utility bills or fund […]