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KOVE

c/o 54-56 Phoenix Road

NW1 1ES

For more information about KOVE’s activities, contact: 

Peter Lush

KOVE Co-ordinator 

Email: peter56nw@outlook.com Call: 07973  845285

Deborah Knight

KOVE Community Development Worker 

Email: deborah@kove.org.uk Call: 07778  145787 

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KOVE NEWS

Following the latest official advice on limiting social contact and unnecessary journeys, we have reluctantly decided we must cancel all KOVE activities for the time being. We will keep members informed of any changes to the situation as soon as we know them.

We wish all our members the very best during these unprecedented times and look forward to seeing you at KOVE events in the not too distant future.

What we've been up to lately
  • Kilburn High Road Crossings KOVE has been working with London Living Streets and TfL to improve pedestrian safety regarding road crossing timings on Kilburn High Road. Last October the crossing near Sainsbury’s was reported to TfL as it was only 7 seconds. Site engineers visited in November and the timing was increased by 4 seconds! In January 2020 a KOVE team (Mel Wright, Lynda Stuart and Deborah Knight) carried out a one-hour study of five Green Man crossings.  A follow-up visit with TfL’s Principal Traffic Control Engineer and three members of London Living Streets was made in February. As a result these crossings will be included in TfL’s 2020/21 timing review, with consideration to make changes for pedestrian safety. This is very positive news!

 

  • A new bus stop in Abbey Road, near Priory Terrace, NW6. After several years of campaigning by KOVE and CRASH a new bus stop shelter with seating and side panels has been installed. Good news for members visiting nearby Abbey Community Centre.

  • Community seating on West End Green park. We are pleased to report the broken seating should be restored, following the issue being raised by KOVE members Phyllis and Anne-Marie.

  • Seating on Kilburn High Road (Brent side) remains in limbo due to major refurbishment plans. We are seeking a resolution as it has an impact on older people and others from having a rest when out shopping.

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