Improving Our Place meeting to discuss Broomfield House - A Base for community use
The Broomfield House Trust Annual General Meeting
The Broomfield House Trust holds its Annual General Meeting at 2000hrs on Monday 28 February 2011 in the parish hall of Christchurch, Waterfall Road, Southgate N14 - the hall is opposite the Church i.e. on the northern side of Waterfall Road.
With a new set of proposals for the resurrection of Broomfield House emerging from Enfield Council, please come along to let the Trust know your views.
Council Exhibition to show proposed development of Broomfield House
There is an exhibition at Broomfield School on Thursday 20th January 2011 between 4pm - 8pm and on Saturday 22nd January 10am - 3pm , to show the latest plans for the restoration of Broomfield House.
An invitation for your views on the proposed Council scheme
Communications Company Green Issues Communications is asking local residents to attend workshops on the proposals for Broomfield House, Palmers Green, London N13 in 2011.
The consultation process for the 2010 proposal by Enfield council to restore Broomfield House, N13
Enfield Council has created a consultation website for this new project to regenerate Broomfield House.
The Exhibitions held on Thursday 20th January 2011 and Saturday 22nd January 2011 were well attended by local residents and interested parties. The meetings were manned by Mike Brown ( from Enfield Council - driving the project), Ed Grieve (from Green Issues Communications - appointed by the council to manage the communications process) and Henry Bird (from Shepheard Epstein Hunter - the architect).
What you think of the proposals for the house
The Broomfield House trust
Roger Blows, secretary of the Broomfield House Trust, reviews the 2010 proposal by Enfield Council to rebuild Broomfield House using The Mayor of Londons fund for creating housing in currently disused buildings.