Annual General Meeting 2023, June 17th 3pm


SATURDAY 17th JUNE 3.00 – 4.20 PM

UNION CHURCH & COMMUNITY CENTRE downstairs hall, Weston Park N8 9PX

We know that people want to live in a distinctive and characterful place, with an improved green environment, a well protected conservation area, and a town centre of independent businesses where they can encounter something new and interesting when they visit. We also know that the year ahead presents crucial opportunities for preserving and enhancing this vision – both through planning policies and investment in local infrastructure, projects, and culture.

Do come to our Annual General Meeting, we’ll be —

  • Asking how Crouch End should spend £600,000 of Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy funds – can we upgrade the town centre’s inadequate pavements, improve transport, or plant a few more trees and secure better stewardship of heritage assets?
  • Answering questions on long awaited Hornsey Town Hall’s struggle to be born – will it herald the Crouch End cultural quarter?
  • Looking toward playing a key role in the development of Haringey’s Local Plan
  • And discussing ideas for the Crouch End Neighbourhood Plan, including design guidance, setting objectives and policies for the town centre, the local environment, local heritage, and local housing priorities

In addition to reporting on key issues and developments in Crouch End we’ll be electing a new Executive Committee (details below) and hosting our local councillors.

To help us manage numbers please register for a free ticket through Eventbrite (but you can still fetch up on the day). Hope to see you there. Note — refreshments 2.45, for a 3pm start.

*To help us manage numbers please register for a free ticket through Eventbrite (but you can still fetch up on the day). All are welcome at the AGM, hope to see you there.



Want to get involved? New supporters are always welcome. We’re open to all and there is no subscription necessary. To join, simply sign up to our newsletter list on the CENF website. We now have 1,500 people, local organisations and businesses on our mailing list.

All Crouch Enders can contribute whether they live here, work here, carry out business here, are in education here, or own property in the area. Members of local societies and associations are welcome, as are our local councillors.

The Executive Committee, nominations

Do you think you can get more involved? There are 15 places on the Executive Committee, who meet to work on consultation and writing the Neighbourhood Plan  – for details see here.

One Comment

  1. Antoine Josset

    Hello Crouch End Forum team

    I will not be able to attend the AGM but I would like to submit an idea in regards to the use of the Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy.

    Why don’t we restore the fountain of the Crouch End Clock Tower to its original use?

    Not sure how much works it involves but it will:
    1) restore/ maintain local historical architectural heritage.
    2) it will provide drinkable water for people who need to hydrate on the hot summer days ( water is a healthier option than buying sugary drinks or plastic bottled water) or provide water to our canine friends)

    3) we could add some flower planters around the tower

    Thank you for reading this



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