Exhibition to show off Tottenham's future held at 639 Centre

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Haringey Borough Council is to host an exhibition to show what people in Tottenham want the area to look like after its regeneration.

The display at the 639 Enterprise Centre, in High Road, Tottenham, will be open from Thursday to Saturday.

It will show off the responses of more than 3,700 people who took part in the council’s Tottenham’s Future consultation.

The response to the consultation outlined what residents wanted which influenced the Tottenham Strategic Regeneration Framework – which sets out a 20-year vision for how to achieve their priorities.

Councillor Alan Strickland, cabinet member for regeneration, said: “I’m always impressed with the enthusiasm and passion of residents in Tottenham about the future, and I want to say a big thank you to everyone who had their say.

“Their priorities are central to our regeneration plans to bring more jobs, better housing and improved public transport to Tottenham.

“This exhibition is a great way for residents and businesses to see how their feedback has directly shaped our plans and find out how to get involved.”

The exbibition is open from 12pm to 8pm on Thursday, 9am to 5pm on Friday and 11am to 4pm on Saturday.

To view the full consultation report, get involved in shaping Tottenham’s future or to find out more about regeneration plans, visit www.haringey.gov.uk/tottenham

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10:33pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Tottenham Business Group says...

tThe TottenhamFutures survey demanded action now on waste etc, and support for threatened areas (such as HIgh Road West), and called for homes for local people not international property investors - Read the new Strategic Regenerationu Framework you quickly realise that it doesn't reflect the findings of the Tottenham's Future survey. The truth is yet again Haringey Council have chosen to ignore the wishes of local people who honestly contributed to the survey on the basis that their ambitions would be realised by the regeneration of Tottenham.
The Evening Standard article of yesterday clearly shows how little Cllr Strickland has shifted from the agenda of big developer change in Tottenham
tThe TottenhamFutures survey demanded action now on waste etc, and support for threatened areas (such as HIgh Road West), and called for homes for local people not international property investors - Read the new Strategic Regenerationu Framework you quickly realise that it doesn't reflect the findings of the Tottenham's Future survey. The truth is yet again Haringey Council have chosen to ignore the wishes of local people who honestly contributed to the survey on the basis that their ambitions would be realised by the regeneration of Tottenham. The Evening Standard article of yesterday clearly shows how little Cllr Strickland has shifted from the agenda of big developer change in Tottenham Tottenham Business Group
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