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15 Feb

Something CIL in the Neighbourhood – who you gonna call – Robin Hood

Neighbourhood CIL Update It is little more than two weeks since we published a blog relating to Neighbourhood CIL (Community...

14 Feb

Crouch End conservation update

The current bloom of restoration work across Crouch End appears to be spreading:  activity at our most important building, Hornsey...

28 Jan

Neighbourhood CIL – have you a project that would qualify?

CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy) is a levy which local authorities can charge developers to raise funds for the infrastructure needs...

24 Jan

Hornsey Town Hall revisited, Jan 2020

With the build now under way, news reports have gone a tad quiet on the Town Hall and perhaps people...


The main task of the Forum is to produce a Neighbourhood Plan.

To begin with we’re forming working groups to survey six broad categories, and we’ll need your help:

Design and character – design, conservation & heritage, public realm, accessibility, development design, shopfronts.

Housing – housing supply, mix & quality.

Environment – environmental sustainability, nature conservation, green & open spaces.

Transport – traffic, public transport, parking, cycling, walking, getting around.

Economy – economic activity, employment, shopping, town centres, leisure, art & culture, regeneration.

Social and community – public infrastructure, health, education, child care, public houses, cultural facilities.

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