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Local councillors set to discuss issue this month
The proposal to introduce part-time pedestrianisation at Barley Mow Passage being spearheaded by Sam Harrison of Sam’s Brasserie, may come up before local councillors at the Chiswick Area Committee meeting later this month.
A report from a council officer from the Highways department is expected to be presented at the meeting on May 23rd.
Two petitions relating to the issue are now in circulation on Hounslow Council’s website, one in favour and one against.
The agenda for the Chiswick Area Committee meeting will be published on 15th May.
If anyone wishes to view the agenda electronically once it has been published on the 15th May,you can log onto the Council's website at www.hounslow.gov.uk
From the Home Page you need to follow the prompts to : Council and Democracy/Council meetings/Browse the agenda and minutes/Chiswick Area Committee/23 May 2012 at 7.30pm
The proposal has generated a considerable amount of local discussion and interest in Chiswick.
Anyone who wishes to sign either of the petitions, or read about the proposals from either side of the debate, can log on to the Council website and search for ‘ petitions’ or try the links below:
Sam Harrison’s petition in favour of part-time pedestrianisation:http://petitions.hounslow.gov.uk/bmpass/
Local resident Lorraine Pemberton, who opposes part-time pedestrianistion, standing near her home
Tammie Kite’s petition against :
May 4, 2012