Work is currently underway on the options regarding the renaissance of Hornsey Town Hall. Recent activity has included a range of surveys to establish the current condition of the building and examination of the possible uses for the building. The Community Partnership Board is also developing a Business Plan which aims to make the renaissance of this community Asset sustainable and self funding. It is planned that an exhibition will take place starting on 12th June at Hornsey Town Hall to give the public a chance to view the proposals and to make comments about the design – you will also be able to view progress on The Haringey Council website (www.haringey.gov.uk) and subscribe to our mailing list to be kept up to date.
Ann Wilks, Chair of the Community Partnership Board, said: “We have been working hard over the past months with Haringey Council, our consultants Capita Symonds and our architects John McAslan + Partners , who have a fantastic track record with heritage projects like this.
“We now have the opportunity to breathe new life back into this important building, for Crouch End, Haringey and beyond.
“I hope as many people as possible will visit the exhibition look at the plans and give us their views.”