Grimsdyke School Street Scheme/LTN


Last year Harrow Council chose four school areas for an experimental scheme as they suffer from traffic and parking congestion, causing environmental and road safety problems for residents and school children. Grimsdyke School was one of them. The Council is now conducting a six-month review and wants residents from Harrow to have their say, even if you don’t live beside the scheme. The deadline is 31 March. Log on to:


Last year Harrow Council introduced several low traffic neighbourhood schemes to create space for people to socially distance and encourage walking and cycling while public transport was at reduced capacity. The schemes were implemented using experimental traffic regulation orders (ETRO) for trial periods of six-months. As the Council nears its six-month review, it would like residents’ views as to how to progress with the schemes. All Harrow residents can express their views. The roads in question are:
Headstone South
Vaughan Road
Francis Road

To give Harrow Council your view, visit

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