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London Borough of Hillingdon

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… (Section 4) demonstrates that there are significant strategic infrastructure needs across all types to be delivered to accommodate both the renewal of assets for the existing West London population and to provide for future growth. This includes some major transport needs ranging from new rail and road schemes, line extensions, station upgrades and corridor enhancements. For energy, which…

… There is a risk of increased car use due to a reluctance to use public transport. This would worsen the congestion and air pollution situation that existed pre-Covid and could also impact progress made to improve active transport. • The repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic have led to a consideration of how the demand for energy and utilities will vary going forward. The future of work and leisure…

… London’s 11 Opportunity Areas – including, but not confined to, the case for transport investment. • The public transport investment needed for several of the Opportunity Areas faces difficulties with potentially severe impacts on the capacity and willingness of the private and public sector to make commitments of the scale needed. • A Covid-19 driven delay to Old Oak/Park Royal, or a scale back…

… and development scale of potential impacts. West London’s strategic transport interventions Overall, transport infrastructure proposals of a West London, or wider region, strategic level have been identified (Section 5.2.1) With the dramatic impact of Covid-19 on daily lifestyles and travel behaviour, there is considerable uncertainty at present regarding the future investment plans for transport

… in London. TfL funding for design and implementation of projects has been put on hold and there would need to be a review of all projects in light of changing user behaviour due to Covid-19. However, TfL remain in support of investment in key growth-enabling transport infrastructure in West London including, in particular, West London Orbital (WLO). The Secretary of State’s June 2021 letter…


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