Council Leader promises improvements to Hornsey Park Road next year

In an email response to complaints raised at the General Meeting on 17th February 2010, Council Leader Claire Kober has confirmed that there is both funding and a commitment  from her and the council to deliver  improvements to Hornsey Park Road next year and that the Association will be contacted  in early summer (May/June), to start to work on developing proposals and address the issues we have identified.

The promise will mean nothing after the election, unless the funding is protected and all polical parties commit to improve the road.

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