Queen's Park Ward Working project spend 2008-2012

Brent has increased our Ward Working (WW) budget from £20,000 to £40,000 for the year ahead. WW brings in matched funding to the Ward and allows for local decisions to improve our neighbourhood. Below is a summary of how we've allocated the funds over the past few years. If you have any ideas please do email me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 

Queen’s Park 2011/2012

Budget £20,000

Project

Amount

Tiverton Green paths (agreed)

£3,000

Fiveways Youth Project in partnership with BHP (agreed)

£3,000

Queen's Park students Buzz energy (agreed)

£1,000

Brent Private Tenants Group –set up costs (agreed)

£1,500

Salusbury Road Community fun days (agreed)

£3,000

QPARA Literary festival 2012 contribution (agreed)

£2,360

Kilburn Library garden project - Jay Venn (agreed)

£1,000

Special Yoga Centre young people's project (agreed)

£1,500

SNT crime prevention project (agreed)

£1000

Carnival clean up in Kensal Rise area (agreed)

£612

Transition Town allotments project (agreed)

£1000

Queens Park Winter Events (agreed)

£1000

Total Allocated Spend

£19,972

 

2010-2011

 

No

Project

 

Project Theme

Amount

1

Tiverton Green consultation report

Contribution towards Groundwork London’s survey report and pathway completion. Joint project with Brondesbury Park ward.

Parks and open spaces

£5,680

2

Brent Neighbourhood Watch signs project

Erection of signage to support ten new Neighbourhood Watch groups across the ward.

Community safety

£1,120

3

Salusbury World project

Support for catering equipment and training.

Sustainable living

£2,000

4

Kensal Triangle Residents’ Association (KTRA) notice board

Contribution towards the purchase and installation of a community notice board.

Street scene

£1,300

5

Brent Schools FA coaching/equipment

Contribution towards the purchase of equipment, kit and transport for Brent Schools Football Association to support coaching at local schools and community groups.

Engaging young people

£3,000

6

Queen's Park winter event

Contribution towards local schools arts and crafts workshops.

Engaging young people

£1,000

7

Transition Town community allotments project

Set up costs for a community allotments project.

Sustainable living

£2,000

8

Kilburn library garden equipment

Purchase of equipment including benches and planting.

Sustainable living

£2,000

9

Queen’s Park literary festival

Contribution to children’s storyteller/puppets costs and room hire.

Learning and development

£1,900

Total spend

 

£20,000

 

2009-2010

 

Ref

Project

 

Project Theme

Amount

001

Kensal to Kilburn Transition Town

Range of community projects to turn the area into a more self-sufficient community including food growing and sourcing, bee keeping and community allotments.

Sustainable living

£7,868

002

Keslake Road enhancements

Enhancements to landscape to deter anti-social behaviour in the area.

Street scene

£2,637

003

Kilburn Library garden community project

Purchase of fencing and planting to encourage wider use of the garden.

Parks and open spaces

£1,000

004

Queen’s Park community/wildlife notice board

Installation of notice boards to provide seasonal information for local schools and residents.

Parks and open spaces

£2,000

005

Brent Private Tenants Rights Group

Contribution towards refurbishment costs for BPTRG’s new premises on Willesden Lane.

Supporting vulnerable residents

£1,000

006

Tiverton Green consultation study

Contribution towards the Consultation and Design report for Tiverton Green open space.

Parks and open spaces

£1,000

007

Dr Bike project

Purchase of essential equipment including a  large storage container, as well as bike stands, trailers and maintenance equipment for community bike project (Cycletastic) , which aims to make cycling available to all.

Sustainable living

£1,500

008

Salusbury World project

Contribution towards training and supporting a group of refugee mothers to make and sell food locally.

Sustainable living

£2,995

Total spend

 

£20,000

 

2008-2009

 

Queen’s Park spend 2008/9

Budget: £26,591

 

Project

 

Amount (excl. VAT)

 

Contribution to Tiverton Green Open Space

 

£8,100

Contribution to SNT burglary initiative/camera

 

£5,470

Queens Park Station Mural feasibility study

£3,000

 

Contribution to purchase of computer equipment for English Language at Homes (ELAH)

 

£556

Contribution to Homework club (Kensal Rise Library)

 

£1,900

Notice boards for Pembert and Wakemans Roads

 

£2,609

Lights on trees in Salusbury Road

 

£3,380

Recycling Plates in Salusbury Road

 

£720

Planting bulbs/landscaping Pembert and Wakemans Roads

 

£1,289

Total Allocated Spend

£27,026

 

 

 

 

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