The West London Line Group arose in 2004 from the West Brompton Station Users' Group (set up in 1999). Members of the latter agreed that a new initiative covering the whole line was now signalled in view of the need
Ordinary membership of the Group is open to users of all rail services at West London Line stations and is free. Commercial membership is open to businesses benefiting from these services.
Aims and Objectives
The Group's primary aim is to seek a credible, robust and passenger-friendly set of rail services on the West London Line. The Group's objectives are:-
The primary area covered by the Group is the West London Line between Clapham Junction and Willesden Junction. The Group also concentrates on the whole existing or potential length of all rail passenger services using the West London Line, i.e. the Silverlink service between Clapham Junction and Willesden Junction (and its possible extension east along the North London Line), the Southern service between Brighton and Watford Junction (and its potential re-instatement to Milton Keynes) and the Virgin Cross-Country service between Brighton, the West London Line, Reading, the Midlands and the North. The Group is also concerned with rail, tube, bus and tram services that have actual or potentially good connections with West London Line services at interchanges on the West London Line and elsewhere.
Organisation and Management
The Group is led by a Chairman, supported by an Executive Committee. The present officers of the Executive Committee have been appointed temporarily, prior to elections at the Group's first Annual General Meeting.
Officers of the Executive Committee
Details on this page were last updated on 7 May 2010