The Highgate Neighbourhood Forum is asking residents to leave comments on the various parts of their plan for the local area.
The plan in full can be downloaded here: Draft Neighbourhood Plan
There are several parts of the plan where you may wish to comment, but the following three below may be of use.
Please follow the links and leave comments on areas you would like to raise. This is part of a consultation exercise that will help the Forum to formalise its agenda.
(PS – we recommend you read the PDFs on each page about each subject before commenting).
For overall comments on your hopes for the Highgate area:
and also: for the development and environment of the area (which is where we can comment on noise, conservation area, bins, etc)
and finally, for the development of the Archway Road
Please see the link below for a comprehensive report on future plans for the development of Highgate by the Highgate Neighbourhood Forum.
It’s a large PDF, but it can be downloaded here: Draft Neighbourhood Plan
A Plan for Highgate: Consultation meetings in January 2015.
This is organised by the Highgate Neighbourhood Forum.
A six week consultation on the community-led plan for Highgate begins on 5 January 2015.
There will be two workshops in the new year:
- Saturday, 10 January 2015 from 2pm – 4pm at the Highgate Society
- Saturday, 17 January 2015 from 3pm – 5pm at Jacksons Lane (Studio 2)
WARA is a community action group representing the interests of residents and businesses in the Wembury Road area.
Its area of activity covers: Wembury Road, Wembury Mews, nearby parts of Archway Road and any other nearby homes or businesses that would like to be part of this residents association.
We are an open and voluntary group. We are here to act as a forum for local issues and to combine our voices together when there are local issues that need to be addressed.
For example, recent issues of concern where residents of WARA have been active include:
– Complaints to the Council about late night noise from the Caipirinha Nightclub on Archway Road.
– Complaints about noise (e.g. bells and drums) from the Temple at 200A Archway Road, as well as in relation to recent planning issues at the Temple.
Residents of WARA have also in the past campaigned to improve the area, such as:
– Campaigning to get Haringey Council to enforce antidumping measures on Wembury Road and Mews.
– Getting involved in a campaign to install trees on Archway Road to improve the area.
We would like to invite everyone in the area to get involved. The more we add our voices together the more likely it is that the Council and others will listen to our issues and act upon them.
If you would like to get involved, or pass on a complaint, or just ask about how WARA can campaign on issues that matter to you then please contact the main email:
Current co-chairs of WARA are: Socrates Economou and Richard Tromans.
You can also send in comments via the form below: