A consultation on Brent Council’s proposal in partnership with Transport for London to improve accessibility to Brondesbury station. From the council text:
As a part of TfL’s Area Based Schemes/ Station Access, Brent is proposing a range of measures aimed at improving access to the station. Details of these proposals are shown in the enclosed drawing and are aimed at:
Improving the quality of walking surfaces and the layout of routes to the station by repaving the poor condition footways at Loverage Road and introducing entry treatment at Drakes Courtyard
Reducing “clutter” on the footway by rationalising signs and removing unnecessary bollards fences, guard rails and signs
Improving road safety by the relocation of the pelican crossing and providing enhanced crossing facilities at main junctions
Enhancing the general appearance of the area by introducing a mural to the Kilburn bridge abutment and clean the abutment of Brondesbury bridge
Enhancing the landscaped area and street lighting
The improved street lighting under the bridges on Iverson Road and Loveridge Road should be beneficial to cyclists. The removal of guard rails (as suggested in the text) would also be beneficial, but we can’t find the locations on the plan.