Kilburn Neighbourhood Plan Visioning Document
What is Kilburn Neighbourhood Plan Visioning Document?
This Visioning Document is an area-wide visioning study for Kilburn; providing the background to the forthcoming ‘Vision’ for the Kilburn Neighbourhood Plan Area. The output is therefore an area-wide and locally specific set of issues, organised against a series of themes, that could form the basis of future spatial, social and design policies in the Neighbourhood Plan. – AECOM
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We want as many people as possible to join in our activities and campaigns, to shape Kilburn’s future. Back in 2014, amenity groups, residents’ organisations and individuals in the Kilburn Wards, supported by all our Councillors, decided to set up a Forum to make full use of the provisions of the Localism Act. In 2016, Camden and Brent Councils approved our applications to be a Neighbourhood Area and Neighbourhood Forum.
Please refer to our map for details of the Kilburn area we cover.
We have commissioned AECOM to propose design guidelines for Kilburn High Road to inform the neighbourhood plan. There are interesting and useful proposals that have been welcomed by the KNPF management committee. The report focused on three objectives: Public realm improvements, Potential areas of intervention and Shop front design guidance. There was general agreement for the environmental proposals, particularly opening up some spaces at various junctions on the High Road, for example the pocket park at Palmerston Road, and identifying...read more
Brent are consulting on a draft place plan. A place plan defines development strategies for the next 10 years and thus your input is very valuable and important. The place plan addresses Kilburn from page 156 of “preferred options plan” document. Please read the document and fill in the survey. Clich here for the details.read more
Please take 5 minutes to comment on the NEW redevelopment application for the Good Ship Site. Comments can be made until 19/09/2018. The proposed development would see 9 new flats and importantly the creation of an A4 (drinking establishment) at Ground and Lower ground levels, though the suitability to maintain live entertainment is questionable due to the proposed layout and significant reduction of surface at ground floor level. Please look at the plans and make your voice heard!...read more
Brent have refused planning permission for the redevelopment of the Good Ship site at 289 Kilburn High Road. Please find more information on the reasons for refusal here and the decision notice here. Kilburn Forum objected. Please click here to read our objection...read more
Camden Council refuse planning permission for the proposed redevelopment of the Brondes Age Site at 328 E-H Kilburn High Road. Planning permission number...read more
We have sent an email to our current mailing list recipients, explaining that the new GDPR rules require you to subcribe to our new mailing list. We have been informed that some of our mails have been treated as SPAM. Please subcribe to our mailing list to be kept informed about our work. We only require your email and names, but would also welcome your address details. Please click here. Thank...read more
On the 09/05/2018 we received notification that KHR Properties Limited want to redevelop the Good Ship site (289 Kilburn High Road) into residential units and a D1 facility at Ground and Basement levels. The Good Ship closed in October 2017 and was the last live music and entertainment venue in the Kilburn High Road. It hosted Comedy, live bands (Adele performed there when she started) and community nights. The venue was very much valued by locals and external visitors alike. John McCooke, its previous owner, reports on the reasons for...read more
We welcome the return of the Tricycle Theatre under its new name Kiln Theatre. This is a major cultural attraction in our neighbourhood. We wish the team success in the redesigned venue. Go to Kiln Theatre...read more
Brent have extended their deadline to respond to a consultation about their high Streets and that includes Kilburn – until 2019 While this is currently being undertaken without any input from the Kilburn Neighbourhood Plan Forum, we urge you to add your feelings about our High Street. You can do that now until 2019 and we will ask Brent to supply us with the details of your comments. You can comment even if you are not a Brent resident. Have your say now Read about the consultation here Brent Council want to understand your views...read more
KNPF is a designated Forum – now we have to involve the whole community even more and start to build up a Plan for the Future of Kilburn.read more