Plans to demolish Triangle frontage have been withdrawn
Plans to demolish a well-loved building adjacent to the Parkland Walk has been withdrawn, much to the delight of neighbours and a councillor who has campaigned to keep it open. Cllr Ed Butcher had objected to the demolition of the Triangle Restaurant on
Plans to demolish a well-loved building adjacent to the Parkland Walk has been withdrawn, much to the delight of neighbours and a councillor who has campaigned to keep it open.
Cllr Ed Butcher had objected to the demolition of the Triangle Restaurant on the corner of Ferme Park Road and Stapleton Hall Road, a prominent location in a conservation area.
Haringey Council's Planning Department have now revealed that plans to demolish the building have been withdrawn and the owners now plan to keep the frontage of the building.
Cllr Butcher said;
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"The Triangle Restaurant is a prominent and well loved building, which really improves the look of the area with all the greenery on its front. I was very worried that its demolition would damage the appearance of the whole area.
"This restaurant is an important part of our community. I hope any new plans for the site are more sensitive and preserve the green feel of the area, which is right next to the Parkland Walk."
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