A public meeting and exhibition to showcase the future of Hornsey Town Hall will be held on Monday 16 March from 6.30pm. The presentation, followed by questions, will begin at 7.30pm. The event, to be held in the Town Hall, will be a chance for local residents and other interested people to hear more about what has happened with the Hornsey Town Hall project so far, and what’s next in securing a sustainable future for this much-loved landmark.
It follows the announcement in January that plans for Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts to make the venue its long-term home will no longer be going ahead.
Representatives from Haringey Council, the Hornsey Town Hall Creative Trust and GVA consultancy – who have led an options appraisal exercise on future use of the building – will be on hand to explain progress and answer questions.
Following the event, an exhibition charting the project so far and options for the Town Hall will remain on display at Hornsey Library, Haringey Park, until 23 March 2015.
Cllr Alan Strickland, Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Housing, said:
“We know that Hornsey Town Hall is close to the hearts of thousands of local people, and that there remains a huge desire to see this fantastic building restored and brought back into use.
“This event and exhibition offer a chance to find out about the project so far and learn how we can ensure a lasting future for Hornsey Town Hall.”