I've just come across a consultation from the council which I think we all should comment on.
Long-short, the council has collected some money from the developments happening in the Noel Park/Harringay area (Clarendon, the new building plans in the high street...), so WE have £1,251,384 which can be invested in road/footpath improvements, playgrounds, CCTV, lighting, new trees, or other infrastructure projects.
The council wants to change the current legislation to be able to spend this money in any other areas within the council instead of our community.
This is important for us if we want to see any improvement fight against fly tipping and other crimes with cameras and have a nicer high street and surrounds.
You can consult the map of the areas and full document here: https://www.haringey.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/planning/...
Please give your opinion here before the 3rd March: email@example.com
Is there a way to appeal the council's decision given they completely ignored the consultation results? And yes allocating an extra load of money to the Muswell Hill area from Harringay and Noel Park does seem very dodgy...
That would be the ideal. Are we really able to challenge their decision?