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Should Stroud Green become part of the Tottenham Parliamentary Constituency  ..... or stay within the Hornsey & Wood Green Parliamentary Constituency?

This public meeting will provide Stroud Green residents with an opportunity to express their views on this important issue.


Main speaker: Catherine West, MP for Hornsey & Wood Green


Chair:  Sally Billot (former Stroud Green Councillor)


Date of Meeting: Thursday 24 November, 2016


Time: 6.00 to 8.00 p.m.


Venue: St. Aidan’s Primary School, Stapleton Hall Road, London N4 4RR (Buses: W3 and W5).


Sponsoring organisations: Stroud Green Residents’ Association (SGRA); Hornsey Vale Community Association 


Tags: Boundary Commission

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For the Boundary Review final proposals on London published in 2012 (following a public consultation in 2011), go to: 


(see the main paragraph which covers Stroud Green ward on page 26 - see especially paragraphs AC88, also AC90).


The Boundary Commission concluded:  

"The proposal that Stroud Green should be included in a Tottenham constituency received very little support, and was opposed by a large number of people and organisations, including all three Parliamentary parties, the present councillors for Stroud Green ward (IP/025512),11 and the Stroud Green Residents’ Association (IP/023119). Many respondents emphasised that this proposal would break local ties between Stroud Green and other Hornsey wards. We have therefore decided that Stroud Green ward should be part of a Hornsey and Wood Green constituency". 


Tell the boundary commission  

We only have until Monday 5th of December to respond to the boundary commission proposal to annex Stroud Green into Tottenham.

The next general election seems a long way away, but when the time comes, many people could be in for a very big surprise. If you live in Stroud Green, you may find you are no longer part of Hornsey and Wood Green constituency, but Instead are part of Tottenham.

So why are we talking about it right now?

Because now we can do something to stop it by responding to the Boundary Commission consultation by the 5th of December 2016. But before you do, it is important you read on:

Are you having a Déjà vu moment?

If you do, it is because we have been here before... The first time was 5 years ago in 2011. At the time Stroud Green residents responded en masse and it worked! In 2013 The boundary commission published the revised proposal and agreed with us that Stroud Green should stay where it is! (Please find the relevant quotes from it at the bottom of this email.)

If this is all news to you please come to a 


with Catherine West

MP of Hornsey and Wood Green 

On Thursday 24 November 18:00 - 20:00

St Aidans Primary School, Stapleton Hall Road, London N4 4RR

The meeting is kindly organised by members of the Stroud Green Resident association (SGRA) and Hornsey Vale Community Association. Full leaflet can be found here.


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