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Mill Hill Residents’ Association. Open Meeting Tuesday 29 th January 2013. Agenda for tonight. Introductions                   (8:05 to 8:10) Why join the MHRA?     (8:10 to 8:15) •Current and upcoming issues (8:15 to 8:30) Open discussion          (8:30 to 9:15) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Mill Hill Residents AssociationOpen MeetingTuesday 29th January 2013

  • Agenda for tonightIntroductions (8:05 to 8:10)Why join the MHRA?(8:10 to 8:15) Current and upcoming issues (8:15 to 8:30)Open discussion (8:30 to 9:15)Conclusion (9:15 to 9:30)

  • Why Join the MHRA?Are youPassionate about preserving and enhancing Mill Hills local services, facilities and identityKeen to understand and shape how local government plans will impact NW7Committed to maintain our green and historic areasInterested in meeting and working with people who share your views and concerns

    If so, join MHRA and help make a difference to Mill Hill

  • Current and upcoming issuesThe list is not exhaustive but includes the following:Pay by phone parking system Roadworks especially at Mill Hill CircusSaracens parking issues on Match daysFuture of Mill Hill Fire StationCrime and anti-social behaviourPolice cutbacks what is the impact?Inglis Barracks redevelopmentPublic transport Buses, Thameslink & Northern line

  • Pay by phone parkingPossibly one of the most unpopular schemes ever introduced by Barnet CouncilExpensive and cumbersome to useThere are vouchers available but where?Talk of introducing credit/debit card reading machines but when?Is the high cost of parking killing our local businesses?

  • Mill Hill Circus Traffic LightsRoadworks due to complete on 14th February

  • Mill Hill Circus Traffic Lights

  • Saracens Parking on Match days

  • Saracens Parking on Match days

  • Saracens Parking on Match days

  • Saracens Parking on Match daysThe first match was held on Sunday3,700 attendedNo parking issues observed in CPZMill Hill Broadway full up, no parking availableGround capacity is 10,000 but Saracens want to increase it to 15,000 for Heineken Cup matchesWill the local infrastructure cope?

  • Mill Hill Fire Station

  • Mill Hill Fire StationSafe for now, escaped this round of cutsOne tender and cul-de-sac location make it vulnerablePlays a key role however in M1 Fire and Rescue

  • Crime and Anti-social behaviour

  • Mayors proposed Police cutsFor the whole of Barnet borough only Colindale station will remain open 24 hours a dayCrime reporting by phone or emailthe Police will come to youSafer Neighbourhood Teams to be reducedThe Mayor is consulting communities about these cuts so send your views to Boris! MOPAC consultation deadline is 6th March

  • Inglis Barracks Redevelopment

  • Inglis Barracks Redevelopment

  • Inglis Barracks RedevelopmentHuge population influx when scheme complete 2000+ new homesNew primary school provision240 Bus to be re-routed through new developmentWill existing infrastructure cope?

  • Public Transport

  • Public TransportThameslink services to Mill Hill Broadway continue to be overcrowded especially in the evenings4 car trains at peak times despite 12-car platforms in placeLargest numbers of passengers on stopping trains appear to get off at Mill Hill BroadwayMill Hill East appears to be safe for now because of the Inglis Barracks RedevelopmentCar Parking is more difficult as its no longer possible to park on Bittacy HillMill Hill East station car park prices are up again

  • Joining the MHRAOur annual subscription per household is 10 or 5 if you are over 65In return we hope to run regular meetings on topics of local interestRegular newsletter Your voice, your watchdogWe need new members to achieve all this!

  • Open discussionWhat do you believe are the key issues facing Mill Hill Residents?

    www.millhillresidents.org.uk

    millhillresidents@gmail.com

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