A busy junction is set to benefit from new pedestrian crossings as part of a move to improve road safety in the area.

There will be significant changes to the ‘Good Will to All’ junction, at Headstone Drive and Harrow View, which is used daily by “hundreds of people”.

Harrow Council intends to use money from Section 106 agreements from the nearby housing developments at the site of the old Kodak factory to fund the project.

The new measures will introduce green man pedestrian crossings, while turning right would be restricted at three of the approaches.

When a consultation was launched last year, there were concerns from nearby residents that the new plans would have a detrimental effect on neighbouring roads.

The council explained that “safety comes first”, particularly with the expected influx of people at the Kodak site.

It admitted that other roads will get busier but noted that “alternative routes are easily accessible” and traffic should be “more evenly distributed” if the proposals are approved.

Those who travel along these routes are also encouraged to make use of public transport.

The council has encouraged residents and road users to have their say, with this most-recent consultation open until June 22.

If approved, the changes would be implemented by Harrow Council and Transport for London in August.