I am really pleased to say that my motion to full council, in support of the campaign by Natasha Baker and Conrad Tokarcyzk to make Hillingdon’s Tube and railway stations accessible to disabled people within five years was givien unanimous support.
The motion, and now the resolution of the full council is:-
This council notes the tremendous work of Freeman Natasha Baker and local resident Conrad Tokarczyk in highlighting the problem of disabled access to the borough’s stations through their campaign to make all Hillingdon stations step free within 5 years.
Council further notes that the campaign to set up a public fund to which companies, councils and individuals can contribute, and which would then be spent on installing step free access at stations across London, has recently gained the support of all three of the borough’s MPs.
Council therefore requests that the Cabinet look into how the London Borough of Hillingdon can support this campaign
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