Hammersmith & Fulham Council are consulting on potential improvements to North End Road. The community-led redesign project continues to develop through consultation which opened originally in December 2018.
The council asked local people to share their ideas and suggestions on how they could improve North End Road. This included shopkeepers, market traders, community representatives and local community groups. Now a new round opens up some of the ideas for discussion.
The council says some can be done quite quickly, but that others are more expensive and would require them to apply for funding.
“We believe in doing things with residents and businesses, not to them,” said Cllr Andrew Jones, H&F Cabinet Member for the Economy and the Arts. “A big thank you to everyone who’s given us their views so far on shaping the future of North End Road.”
The council has allocated an initial £1 million of new funding from Section 106 contributions to implement some of these ideas and has applied to TfL and others for additional funding to take forward the bigger ideas.
The proposals range from pavement widening and improvement, to planting, signage, and improving the market itself.
View the council’s area assessment – which outlines the potential projects to help make improvements to the high street.