Better Brackenbury Project

The Better Brackenbury Project was initiated by a combination of the local residents’ associations in response to concerns over traffic, conservation and climate change.

Over a period of six months, the Working Party developed improvement plans for a number of locations across the area, consulting residents at various stages, together with a plan for the planting of more trees and suggesting ways to improve the conservation area and to find ways to meet climate challenges.

The completed report, detailing the issues we addressed, our ambitions, our methodology, our findings and thoughts for the future, was presented to Cllr Wesley Harcourt, Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s Cabinet Member for the Environment on 18 March 2022.

Letter from Cllr Harcourt in response to Better Brackenbury proposals (92KB pdf)

Better Brackenbury Recommendations Report

Brackenbury signage and street clutter report

Better Brackenbury submitted its signage and street clutter report to the council on Monday 4 July, following a survey of the area by its conservation sub-group. You can read the report here.

If you are unable to see the digital flipbook, please access the report as a pdf on this link. Better Brackenbury signage and street clutter report (pdf)