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Crouch End housing priorities? A CENF survey

Crouch End is growing. Few significant vacant, brown-field sites remain, and July should see construction work commence at the Town Hall and the ex-Kwik Fit site on Tottenham Lane. So, will the market solve all our housing problems? Or are your priorities a little different?

This summer the Forum are running a housing priorities questionnaire. Click the button and add your thoughts.

Click for housing survey

What are Crouch End’s housing needs? Should interventions be aimed at renting or buying? How do you feel about affordable housing? Shared ownership? Social rents? What’re the chances of your children being able to stay in the area?

What should new housing look like? Shall we build higher? And where should it go – floors above existing houses, converted from offices and shops, replacing old garage courts? Let us know, the Neighbourhood Plan can identify suitable sites for development.

Roden Court, Hornsey Lane 2011-12 (One Housing) – 136 units incl. 52 affordable and 40 social

Hornsey Town Hall dept.

Meanwhile, the contractors are on site at Hornsey Town Hall and the Arts Centre people are holding a farewell bash this Saturday going by the name of 'Create', expect music, tours, displays, kids stuff, and outdoor cinema in collaboration with the Arthouse. Our interest is piqued by thedrop-in event with the architects, Make, but then it would be.

Saturday July 6th. Check out their website for details.

Planning and Development

Back to news of planning and development in the next newsletter, but feel free to contact us and leaf through the website in the interim. We're particularly interested in views about the local economy and the town centre, and our attention remains undimmed about the coming Liveable Neighbourhood Initiative.

The Forum are working toward a survey of Crouch End and the development of policies that can direct the way our community develops in the future – our Neighbourhood Plan – new members are always welcome, no subscription necessary, and open to all. We have 1,000s of people, local organisations and businesses signed up. 
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