Neasden to undergo a makeover by Brent Council
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A town in Brent which is frequently picked on by a satirical magazine will undergo a makeover by the council.
Town hall chiefs are set to transform Neasden town centre so are urging residents to tell them what needs improving in the area.
A public consultation will take place on Saturday where council officers and ward councillors will be on hand to listen to people’s views.
Neasden is regularly named by Private Eye as the location of a number of fictional parody organisations and companies.
Cllr Roxanne Mashari, lead member for employment and skills at Brent Council, said:
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“In order to support local businesses and create an attractive Neasden town centre, we want to work in partnership with the local community.
“It is important for us to listen to the views of local people so that we can understand the aspirations for the area and work together to create a better Neasden.”
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The event takes place at Christ’s Embassy (former Neasden Library) in Neasden Lane, Neasden, from 11am – 4pm.
Light refreshments will be provided.
For further information about the event please contact Grace Nelson, High Streets and Town Centres Project Officer firstname.lastname@example.org