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Still time to have your say on Hornsey Town Hall

PUBLISHED: 14:53 15 April 2010 | UPDATED: 16:55 07 September 2010

RESIDENTS are being reassured there is still time for them to have their say on the planned redevelopment of Hornsey Town Hall. Some residents have received warnings that the consultation on the redevelopment of the Crouch End building ended on April 8 an

RESIDENTS are being reassured there is still time for them to have their say on the planned redevelopment of Hornsey Town Hall.

Some residents have received warnings that the consultation on the redevelopment of the Crouch End building ended on April 8 and that they will not have the chance to have their say if they missed the deadline.

However, a spokesman for Haringey Council confirmed this was not the case.

A formal public consultation period - which is statutorily required to last 21 days - did end on April 8, but as the development is so large, the council have pledged to consider any public comments sent in before a planning decision meeting in mid to late June.

An exhibition at Hornsey library, detailing the plans, will also remain in place until the decision meeting, said a spokeswoman from the Hornsey Town Hall Creative Trust.

You can still have your say by writing to the council's planning department or going to www.haringey.gov.uk


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