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Brent residents invited to discuss the future of Kilburn High Road

PUBLISHED: 15:43 11 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:52 11 April 2013

Panel will be discussing the future of Kilburn High Road

Panel will be discussing the future of Kilburn High Road

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Question Time panel will look at how Brent and Camden can work together

List of panel members

Caroline Lynch - Kilburn resident

Cllr Mike Katz - Kilburn ward, Camden

Cllr Mary Arnold - Kilburn ward, Brent

Cllr Mike Haines - Deputy Chair of Local Government Association (LGA) Economy and Transport Board

Louise Bond - Head of Transport Strategy - Camden

Dave Carroll - Head of Initiatives, Major Projects for Brent Council

Residents are invited to discuss the future of Kilburn High Road at an event taking place next week.

The Kilburn and Kensal Brent Connect Forum will include a Question Time style panel where the aptly-named discussion ‘The future of Kilburn High Road - how Brent and Camden can work together’ will take place.

Those who are unable to attend the meeting on April 17 can take part via Twitter by following the discussion at @Brent Council.

There will also be an opportunity to find out how ward working money in Brondesbury Park, Queens Park, Kilburn and Mapesbury was spent in the last financial year and help establish priorities for this year.

The forum will take place from at Gaumont Kilburn State, 197-199 Kilburn High Road, from 7pm.

Details of upcoming forums taking place across the borough can be found at www.brent.gov.uk/consultation


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