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Consultation on improvements to Wood Green and Harringay Green Lanes town centres to end soon
Time is running out for people to have their say on how roads, shopping centres and open spaces will change in two of the borough’s town centres.
People have the chance to give their views to Haringey Borough Council on plans from Transport for London (TfL) to improve Wood Green town centre and Harringay Green Lanes.
The proposals were announced last year and aim to improve traffic management and street layout to make the two areas more attractive to visitors.
Plans for Wood Green include better cycling facilities, accessibility, public spaces and more street lighting and tree planting.
The plans aim revitalise the Wood Green shopping area and make it a more attractive place to visit.
For Harringay, TfL plans include the Green Lanes London corridor scheme, which will provide improvements to pavements and several junctions as well as new street crossings.
Haringey Borough Council is also working with The Green Lanes Strategy Group, which has secured money from the Mayor of London’s Outer London Fund.
The proposals aim to enhance the appearance of the Green Lanes area and improvements to the Overground bridge.
People have until Monday January 7 to view the plans for the two areas and can take part in the consultations on the plans by visiting the Haringey Council website.