This month’s theme: how green is our valley?
Got something to say about the environment? Prepared to see red about local green spaces? We’re looking for your views this Saturday.
Meeting fellow Crouch Enders and gathering their thoughts, ideas, and impressions of the neighbourhood is at the heart of what the Crouch End Neighbourhood Forum is about. Come and meet us at our stall on the Broadway.
Right now our working groups are putting together their vision and objectives, and we’re looking for your input. If you want to volunteer your time and get more involved all the better. The Groups are charged with assessing various aspects of Crouch End and developing the policies that can direct the way our community develops in the future – our Neighbourhood Plan. This is a key opportunity for Crouch Enders to make their voices heard in the process.
We’re surveying six broad categories:
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.
And don’t forget, new members are always welcome, no subscription necessary, and open to all. We now have over 200 people, local organisations and businesses signed up.