Points you might want to make in your email:
- You agree that setting up the Crouch End Neighbourhood Forum will benefit Crouch End and its community
- You agree that the proposed boundary makes sense
- You agree that the consultation was inclusive
- You must include your address and postcode
You’ll see notices like this one on lampposts across Crouch End.
Help write the neighbourhood plan!
Next, we’ll be researching the policy areas below, then talking to as many people as possible for views on how they should develop in the future.We’ll use this feedback to write the policies in the Crouch End Neighbourhood Plan.
- Community services – facilities, health, education
- Business and leisure – shopping, business, employment, art and culture, traffic and transport
- Public realm and environment – public, open and green spaces, streets, landscaping, sustainability
- Planning and development – design, heritage, housing, land use, active planning applications and policy
Are you interested in any of these areas in particular? Want to get involved with researching, contact us.
Current Issues Group
As well as the policy areas mentioned, we also have a Current Issues Group. This meets monthly and will be looking at immediate issues in Crouch End that we want to have a say on, and that can’t be delayed till the detailed Neighbourhood Plan policies have been written, which could take a year or so.Things that the CIG is looking at currently are:
- Current planning applications
- Town centre and local businesses
CENF is also represented on the Hornsey Town Hall Appreciation Society, which is awaiting the publication of the OJEU procurement papers in the next few days which signals the start of the sale of the town hall and green. And a final reminder about the petition.