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Another High Density Development in Hornsey_2

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ella B. Jun 23, 2016. 5 Replies

The  Cross Lane planning application for a development located between New River Village, Hornsey High Street and the Smithfield Square (Hornsey Depot) development currently in construction, has been…Continue

Another high density development in Hornsey

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Crouch End Mar 5. 3 Replies

Public consultation for the planning application runs until 10th February. The development is to be located on the Cross Lane site between Hornsey High Street, New River Village and the Smithfield…Continue

 

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Mark Crouch End replied to c l's discussion Another high density development in Hornsey
"Somewhat belated news on this one, and apols if everyone else knows this - The application was refused back at the end of 2016, however I missed the fact that the applicant took it to appeal. And, on November 30th 2017, successfully overturned…"
Mar 5
Ella B. replied to c l's discussion Another High Density Development in Hornsey_2
"Agree, but the High Street and railway aren't going to improve until people move into the area. "
Jun 23, 2016
Adrian Essex replied to c l's discussion Another High Density Development in Hornsey_2
"Someone should set up a formally acknowledged body to represent the views of the local people. If the effete cafe society of privileged Crouch End can manage it, perhaps Hornsey should too. There is then a slight hope that the Community…"
Jun 23, 2016
Mark Crouch End replied to c l's discussion Another High Density Development in Hornsey_2
"Who wants it to remain rundown? The point I was trying though perhaps failing to make, was that the local area could do with some money being spent. Be it on the High Street, school places, or (especially) Hornsey Railway Station. My guess is that…"
Jun 22, 2016
Ella B. replied to c l's discussion Another High Density Development in Hornsey_2
"I think it's great. The area is on the up and can only get better. Why anyone would want Hornsey to remain the rundown area it once was is beyond me. That said, seems the UK is headed for a recession so whether of not these developments will…"
Jun 22, 2016
Mark Crouch End replied to c l's discussion Another High Density Development in Hornsey_2
"The whole area continues to be a construction site. Not only the Smithfield/Sainsburys development and the Cross Lane site above, but just along the street a development of 174 units on a very small site just over at the Harringay side of Hornsey…"
Jun 21, 2016
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Another High Density Development in Hornsey_2

The  Cross Lane planning application for a development located between New River Village, Hornsey High Street and the Smithfield Square (Hornsey Depot) development currently in construction, has been amended and revised drawings submitted. The description of the development  has been amended to:"Erection of a part five storey, part seven storey (plus basement parking) to create 75 residential dwellings and 1,108sq m of flexible business(B1a)  floorspace with associated access, landscaping, car…See More
Jun 21, 2016
Adrian Essex replied to c l's discussion Another high density development in Hornsey
"With respect to privacy and overlooking you may be interested in this note about a change to the Local Plan"
Feb 18, 2016
Adrian Essex replied to c l's discussion Another high density development in Hornsey
"The application has 50 comments - all objections. The objectors need to unite into a single body with a spokes person or two and make sure that the application is subject to the fullest possible scrutiny. There was a group called Hornsey Action…"
Feb 13, 2016
c l posted a discussion

Another high density development in Hornsey

Public consultation for the planning application runs until 10th February. The development is to be located on the Cross Lane site between Hornsey High Street, New River Village and the Smithfield Square development currently being built. The application proposal is for demolition of the existing low rise buildings and construction of two large blocks of 6 and 7 storeys located just a few metres from the adjacent neighbouring buildings and those currently being built as part of the Smithfield…See More
Feb 9, 2016

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