Kilburn Neighbourhood Forum designation
We have formally applied to the London Boroughs of Brent and Camden to be formally re-designated as a neighbourhood forum. We (the Forum) was designated in 2016. We must now re-apply after five years in operation to continue to be formally designated for a further five years.
The Kilburn Neighbourhood Forum will be able to continue the preparation of a neighbourhood plan in our area if both Councils approve the application.
We are seeking views and comments on the application from residents and other interested stakeholders.
The application shows the Neighbourhood Area in our Forum have applied to use their neighbourhood planning powers. Representations should consider whether the Kilburn Neighbourhood Forum is appropriate to be re-designated.
Kilburn Brent (for those who live, work and do business To respond to the consultation please send your comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org or to Paul Lewin, Planning Policy Team Leader, Brent Civic Centre, Engineer’s Way, Wembley, HA9 0FJ. They must be received by the Council by 5pm on 17 December 2021.
Any comments should relate to whether the Forum should be designated as a neighbourhood forum for another five years.
A copy of the application can be viewed at the following location:
Kilburn Library, 12 -22 Kilburn High Road, NW6 5UH. Opening hours: Mon – Thurs: 10am – 7pm, Fri: 10am – 5pm, Sat: 11am – 5pm, Sun – closed.
Comments must be received on or before 17th December 2021. You can send your comments by : email@example.com
Kilburn Square Development Update – latest expansion plans
……..clearly a major redevelopment, although it doesn’t look as if any of the residential blocks would be affected, nor the commercial frontage on Kilburn High Road.
-Stephane Goldstein. Consultant [Research]
Kilburn Square Development – the scheme has been amended!
Comment on 20/0812 |[click on this link] Extension at ground and first floor levels to shopping precinct at Kilburn Square with refurbishments, new café bar and public realm improvements and ancillary works | Kilburn square & markets, 110-118 Kilburn Square and 103-107, 109-119 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 (brent.gov.uk) by December 18th Deadline –
A significant development impacting the Future of the High Road
Kilburn Neighbourhood Forum have been on the case since the objections and comments went in – around July.
- Retail units re-designed, glass frontage divided with stone and brickwork and an architrave to blend in with the mixed facades along the High Road – see Elevations docs and Context doc (illustrating neighbouring facades)
- Landscape Strategy and Plan – improved public realm aims to create people’s space/square with paving and street design, planters etc
- Café on bridge has access from High Road
- Market – removable fencing – allowing for additional daily stalls for visiting markets, events etc
- Change of use – mixed use to encourage arts, business and flexi-use
- Market has not been redesigned – but can be opened up in the daytime
- Kilburn Housing Estate proposals for redeveloping the inner square sometime in the next year not joined-up?
———————the proposal submitted in July 2020 is below—————————
Kilburn Square Planning Application Proposal
The new Planning Application fails to meet any of the objectives as suggested in The Guiding Principles Kilburn Neighbourhood Plan Research and Appraisal document ‘A Framework for Guiding the Next Steps’.
‘ A Statement of Community Involvement has not been completed as such. Kilburn Square is an important local landmark and considered as a Town Centre by the local population. Therefore, we would like to see happen, a wider consultation with local residents from Brent Council on this proposed planning application for Kilburn Square & Markets on Kilburn High Road.’co-Chairs – D Kaye & A Kumble
Support for local residents, workers and businesses during the pandemic
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
(Please click on the download button below for a full final copy (40mb). Print is set to A3 paper size (size A4 x 2)
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