Work continues on Greenford town centre as part of a multi-million pound improvement scheme, which has just entered its third phase.
The £5.1 million "Good for Greenford" programme aims to create a shopping and business friendly centre in six phases. Phase three works include pavement resurfacing, new street furniture and street lighting, revised parking and loading, improved pedestrian crossing points on the Broadway and side roads, and raising the junction of Windmill Lane and the Broadway to improve pedestrian accessibility and reduce vehicle speeds.
Council Leader, Councillor Jason Stacey, said: “The Council has invested more than £3million into this project. I am confident that Good for Greenford will bring huge overall benefits to the area. The scheme will improve safety for all road users as well as, among other things, introducing new business and shopping opportunities."
Works on the corner of the Broadway and Oldfield Lane, which were initially part of phase three, will take place once the planning application from Tesco has been decided.
For more information about Good for Greenford visit www.ealing.gov.uk/greenford