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Neighbourhood CIL Update It is little more than two weeks since we published a blog relating to Neighbourhood CIL (Community...
The current bloom of restoration work across Crouch End appears to be spreading: activity at our most important building, Hornsey...
CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy) is a levy which local authorities can charge developers to raise funds for the infrastructure needs...
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.