Get ready for Sim City Wood Green

Mayes Road Housing and Shopping proposal

Mayes Road Housing and Shopping proposal

Not for decades have Wood Green residents faced the dismantling of communities, wholesale rebuilding and the complete reconfiguration of the town centre. The last gas holder is coming, and new housing, shopping areas, roads and traffic schemes are on the drawing boards and will eventually be placed right in the midst of the areas we have almost gotten used to. As Haringey council announces plans for its very own own Sim City, a flood of consultations, questionnaires, brochures and the like is dropping through our letter boxes. How to keep up with it all? We will try to makes sense of it by highlighting development proposals and what they may mean to us and how you can become involved: so, watch this space!

The story so far:

Wood Green Area Action Plan - in Statutory Consultation ending 31st March, 2017
Consultations at various dates

Chocolate Factory - Workspace
Public consultations held:
21st July 2016 (Wood Green Library)
23rd February 2107 (The Mall)

Planning application expected shortly -

National Grid/ Heartlands (Clarendon Road)
Planning permission granted 2016
Application for Environmental Impact Assessment Scoping - current
Public consultations held 22nd, 23rd, 24th February, 2017 on St. William's fresh look at the site and response to the AAP

Iceland Site, Mayes Road (Brook Road)
Public consultation to be held by developers on 1st March 2017 at Wood Green Library from 3pm - 7.45pm
The artist’s impression suggests this is a building between 9 and 6 storeys. The developer describes it as residential, shops, medical centre to replace the Iceland supermarket and car park

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