Petition for Hornsey Park Road Pocket Park

Help us to campaign for a pocket park on Hornsey Park Road as part of the Heartlands development

Help us to campaign for a pocket park on Hornsey Park Road as part of the Heartlands development

Please sign our petition for a Pocket Park on Hornsey Park Road as part of the new Heartlands development.

We, the undersigned, support the proposal by PMRA for a pocket park to be installed behind the lime trees on Hornsey Park Road. We call on National Grid, Haringey Council, and our elected representatives to express their interest and commit to make this proposal a reality as part of the ‘Heartlands’.

Please also see our post on the proposed Pocket Park here: http://www.pmra.co.uk/pocketpark

 

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