Wood Green's Future Plan Meeting

Wood Green High Road

Wood Green High Road, photo by Alan Stanton

Update Meeting of the Wood Green's Future Community Liaison Group (CLG), on Tuesday 2nd February from 6.30 to 8.00pm at the Community Room at Wood Green Library. 

On Tuesday 19th January Haringey's Cabinet approved the Issues and Options Document for Wood Green Area Action Plan (AAP, part of Wood Green’s Future Plan) to go out to public consultation from February 8th to 19th March 2016. This includes four options for how the town centre could change over the next 15-20 years.

At the meeting on the 2nd of February we will be reporting on the public consultation carried out in November 2015 and informing on the plans for the coming consultation on the AAP and Wood Green’s Future in February/March.

The consultation report of the first stages: Consultation Report

We would be pleased if you could have a look at it before the meeting.
The report will also be published on the Council website (http://www.haringey.gov.uk/regeneration/wood-green).
The documents regarding the AAP (Area Action Plan) are available here under number 11:
We would be grateful if you could confirm your intention to attend this meeting by contacting Saskia per email here:



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