Time to improve dangerous footpath at Hornsey railway bridge

This week's  Hornsey Journal has exposed Haringey Council's excuses for not widening this vital footpath as muddled and confused. While Cllr John Bevan, cabinet member for Environment claims the council cannot do anything, TfL has confirmed to the Hornsey Journal that the road is wide enough to allow the path to be widened and that they were, and remain willing to support proposals to achieve this. Mean while, Cllr Bevan continues to claim that TfL is the problem. The four residents associations around the bridge and St Mary's Infants School will be writing again to Cllr Bevan to ask that he reconsiders, in the light of TfL's support for improvement. The school, parents and residents have been calling for improvements for more than 5 years!

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