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Harrow-on-the-Hill station is now STEP-FREE

Harrow Association of Disabled people is delighted to announce that after many years of campaigning, Harrow-on-the-Hill station is now accessible and available to use.

(Pictured: Vice Chair of HAD - Adam Gabsi, the Mayor of London - Sadiq Khan, and a member of staff at Harrow-on-the-Hill station)

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan paid a visit to Harrow-on-the-Hill station where work has been completed to make the station step-free. Sadiq was joined by Leader of Harrow Council, Cllr Graham Henson to celebrate the opening of the four new lifts at the station.

We hope that the local community finds this extremely beneficial and that this helps many people who have waited for this much needed improvement.

(Pictured: Back-row from left to right: Cllr Sasi Suresh, the Mayor of London - Sadiq Khan, Cllr Krupesh Hirani, the leader of Harrow Council - Graham Henson. Front-row: Vice-Chair of HAD - Adam Gabsi, HAD CEO - Louise Weldon)

There are 272 underground stations, 91 stations are now accessible. There is still alot of work to be done. Harrow Association of Disabled people will continue to campaign for increased accessibility for Disabled people.

A big thank you to Cllr Krupesh Hirani and his predecessor Cllr Navin Shah, the Leader of Harrow Council Cllr Graham Henson, Cllr Gareth Thomas - MP for Harrow West, and everyone that has contributed to campaigning for this work to be carried out and completed.

(Pictured: Former London Assembly member - Navin Shah, Vice Chair of HAD - Adam Gabsi, former Chair of HAD - Bill Philips, and many happy faces when the step-free work was announced in 2016)


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