The current enquiry on the controversial CPO by Haringey Council (which ends tomorrow) has a website of public record if you were unable to attend. The web address is:
Newlon Housing Trust is holding a two-day public consultation on plans to build up to 54 flats in three blocks in the affected area. That would mean changes in the layout of Fairbanks Road itself, and the wall which currently separates the neighbouring Chesnut Estate and Monument Way will be knocked down to be replaced by what the organisers are saying a buffer zone.
Residents in the affected area should have received the leaflet with brief details of the plans.
The consultation will take place on both Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th March at The Larder Cafe, Protheroe House, 6 Chesnut Road N17. It will run on both days between 4pm and 7pm.
Developers Anthology owns the site, in Ferry Lane, just past Tottenham Hale station, and are holding a public consultation about the plans, in which local residents can get their ideas on how the new place should look.
The original plans were for an 18-story residential tower block, but nothing else happened. The fear is that on top of the (thankfully refused) Hale Wharf development, the immediate area, like most of Tottenham, will become even more overcrowded.
Whether you live in Hale Village or if you are just concerned about this latest development proposal, you can go the consultation, which takes place at:
Unit 3B Ground Floor, Emily Bowes Court, Lebus Street N17 9FD (off Ferry Lane, next to ‘the gym‘, nearest buses 41, 123, 230 and W4) on the following dates:
- Wednesday 7th December 5pm-9pm
- Saturday 10th December 11am-3pm
If you are unable to attend, there is a website AnthologyTottenhamHale.London, where you can see the plans.
For more information, call 020 7399 2753 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The areas under discussion are:
- Station Square West (adjacent to Premier Inn): 22-storey tower block, plus including retail units
- Ashley Road South (Cannon factory, plus Ashley House): 277 flats including retail units
This is very important as it could be local residents’ only chance to question both the council and developers’ representatives about the latest proposals.
The meeting will be held at The Larder, under the new Protheroe House, 6 Chesnut Road, N17 9EQ, on Wednesday 23rd November, starting at 7.00pm.
For more information, call 020 8489 5504, or email planningsupport(at)haringey.gov.uk.
Local residents are being invited to a new public exhibition on the revised plans, which, according to the developers, will lead to the construction of around 800 new homes, workspaces for local businesses, and a digital skills college. Questions, criticisms and general enquires can be directed at the representatives at the exhibition.
As previously, the new exhibition will be held at:
Berol House, 25 Ashley Road, N17 9LJ on Thursday November 10th between 3.30 and 7.30pm.
If you would like further information, or if you cannot attend in person, phone 020 3870 1435, or email: email@example.com.
A planning application is due to be submitted to Haringey Council next month.
Due to the resignation of Cllr Peter Morton, the residents of St Ann’s ward (part of it lies in N15, near Seven Sisters), have the chance to elect a new councillor in the forthcoming by-election, which takes place on October 6th.
Locals in the ward will have the chance to meet and question the candidates at a hustings meeting, which will be held at:
St John Vianney Church Hall, West Green Road, N15 3QH on Thursday September 29th, between 7.00 and 9.00pm. Nearest buses: 41, 230, 341 and W4.
Here are two updates to the ongoing devlopment plans in the local area.
Ashley Road South. Following on the exhibition held earlier in July, there is an update on the plans covering the area, in Tottenham Hale, ahead of a planning application being submitted later this year.
A new exhibition, showing changes to the original plans will be held, as before at
Berol House, 25 Ashley Road N17, on Tuesday September 13th, between 3.30 and 7.30pm.
If you want to see the plans, but its unable to attend, call 0203 170 7987, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
St Ann’s Hospital site. Two thirds of the hospital site is due to be sold to developers. The St Ann’s Development Trust has put forward alternative draft plans for the hospital.
Members of the public can see the plans at Chesnuts Primary School, Black Boy Lane, N15 on both:
- Wednesday September 21st, between 7.00 and 9.00pm
- Saturday September 24th, between 12noon and 3.00pm
For more information click here.
NB, The trust needs to raise £25,000 by October 9th 2016 to pay for the architects’ finished plans for the development. These plans will allow them to cost the project and put a bid for the site. Help by making a pledge today!
Two major plans for redevelopment in Tottenham Hale.
Hale Wharf, Ferry Lane. Plans to demolish all of the factories and replace them with 500+ homes and mixed retail/ business use (Ref: HGY/2016/1719). More information here.
Ashley Road South, off Hale Road. Public event about plans to redevelop most of the area with mixed commercial space, housing, investment in public spaces. The event is due to take place on Wednesday 20th July at Berol House, 25 Ashley Road N17 between 3.30 and 7.30pm.
On June 15th, there will be a public meeting on the upcoming European Union referendum, in which voters can meet representatives of the groups campaigning on whether they want the United Kingdom to either remain or leave the organisation.
Locals can hear the opinions of six speakers, three from groups supporting the UK remain in the EU, three from groups who want the UK to leave.
The referendum campaign has unfortunately been dominated by supporters on both sides allegedly spreading fear and innuendo, leaving many voters confused. As a result, very few people know how the structure of the EU actually works. At the same time, the EU is reported in the UK press in almost entirely negative terms, leading to the perception that people in the UK are being poorly informed. If people made some effort to search for the facts about the EU, there wouldn’t be so much mudslinging. Here is the link to the EU’s website.
The meeting will be held at the Selby Centre between 7pm and 9pm (doors open at 6.30). For more information on the meeting, click on this page on the Selby Trust’s website.
The EU referendum is on June 23rd. Use your vote wisely.
Controversial plans by Haringey Council to sell off some or all of directly-managed social homes will the subject to a public meeting organised by Haringey Defend Council Housing.
The council has, in line with others up and down the country, have a policy of either part or wholly sell off their properties in order to raise much-needed funds for repairs. Successive recent national governments have reduced the amount of funds spent on social housing.
One might argue why Haringey has taken so long to go down this route as other councils have forged ahead to bring their homes to a decent standard. However, DCH, and many tenants and leaseholders, fear that a much wider plan of social cleansing is being enacted.
If you live on some of the council estates in Tottenham affected by the sell-offs, you should have received this letter through your door.
The public meeting about the housing sell-offs takes place this Thursday (10th April) at the North London Community House, 22 Moorefield Road (Off St Loys Road) N17, commencing at 7.30pm.