I raise this issue on behalf of a number of my constituents on Chamberlayne Road and local Councillors, regarding their concerns about buses for routes 452 and 28 using the Whitmore Garden / Chamberlayne Road bus stop as a resting / standing point. I understand this practice started when the bus diversion came into force. Whilst at this bus stop, the bus drivers leave their engines running - idle. This is worrying as all Transport for London (TfL)'s buses are diesel, and with the very hot weather residents, many with children, living in the vicinity of this bus stop have been leaving their windows open. This practice happens in the early hours of the morning, with residents woken up by the diesel bus engine noise. There is already a serious well-demonstrated air pollution problem along Chamberlayne Road, with residents exposed to highly illegal levels of nitrogen dioxide from diesel buses and cars. Can the bus operators and/or TfL rest or stand their buses by Station Terrace, and not directly outside the windows and homes of residents, please?