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Harringay, Haringey - So Good they Spelt it Twice!

A huge swathe north of Hornsey High Street is about to be redeveloped                                                                          (Photo: Hugh)

 

The transformation of a huge swathe of Hornsey to the north of the high street into a Sainsbury's and housing is finally almost nigh. 

On June 10th and 11th there are two consultation meetings where residents can find out mrs about the development and, one assumes ask questions.

All the details about the exhibition and workshops are on the attached flyer.

Monday 10 June. 6.30-8.00pm.

Tuesday 11 June. 6.30-8.00pm.

 

These will be held at St Mary's CE Primary School, Rectory Gardens, N8 7QN. See attached flyer for details.

See also the tag below for further discussions about this issue.

 

Map showing the area slated for redevelopment

 

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Here's the area drawn on Google maps

Dammit, we're loosing the tip!

I'm crushed to have missed the consultation... I take it people can comment in the normal fashion to the planning application?

I guess so. I'm sure one of our councillors could answer that.
Hi AxP

The workshops took place on Monday and Tuesday evenings this week, but the third day of the exhibition is tomorrow - Saturday 15 June - at St. Mary's School on Rectory Gardens. Please do come along to see the proposed plans and leave your feedback. Staff from St. James will be there to answer questions.

Soundings will be analysing all the feedback we received at the exhibitions and workshops and will put all the information online - www.hornseydepot.com, and it will be presented in the next exhibition when the plans reach the next stage of development.

If you can't make the exhibition, the boards will be available to download from the website next week, plus the feedback form so you can comment on the plans.

Please do get in touch with us at Soundings if you have any comments or questions: 020 7729 1705 or info@hornseydepot.com

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