Read the Wood Green Area Action Plan (AAP) Consultation Report
by Public Voice here:
Between 14th February and 28th April 2017, Haringey Council ran a public consultation on the draft version of the Wood Green Area Action Plan (AAP). This document, once adopted by Haringey Council members, will set out the planning rules that the Council will follow when determining planning applications in Wood Green in the future.
The Council’s vision, as set out in the AAP Preferred Option is:
Wood Green will be north London’s most prosperous and liveable town centre. It will combine outstanding places for people to shop, socialise and create, with a wide range of businesses. It will be a focus for opportunity and growth, a productive economic capital for Haringey where people can come together, exchange ideas and create new services and products. The AAP will help to take Wood Green in that direction by encouraging new homes, offices, shops and facilities to be built that match this vision.
The consultation report was produced by Public Voice, an independent Haringey-based consultancy, who worked with officers from Haringey Council to involve as many local people and groups in the consultation process as possible.
All of the summaries of consultation responses have been prepared by Public Voice, with Council responses and actions to include in the next version of the AAP document completed by the Council.