Living Streets Haringey – meeting summary

Good turnout to the first public meeting for Living Streets Haringey. Lots of interesting debates and ideas about how to implement low-traffic neighbourhoods in Haringey.

Below is a summary of the group’s aims. RCRA, along with other local Res Assocs (Parkside Malvern, Palace Gates), want to work closely with Living Streets so that closing our rat-run becomes part of a wider change in the borough putting the interests and welfare of kids, pedestrians and residents before the interests of through traffic.


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Living Streets Haringey Meeting

Come along! Let’s help campaign against rat-running (Ringslade Rd) and for School Streets (Bradley)!

Meeting – Ideas To Improve Our Streets

We had a really good response to the shout out for ideas to improve our streets by applying to the council fund.
Suggestions included more trees – especially on Bradley Road – planters on the pavement which could double up as bike racks (see pic below) and murals on some of the ends of terraces (maybe done by the artists in Wood Green Works).
Abs at Cafe Corso has kindly offered the cafe as a meeting place to discuss the ideas  – next Friday, 1st February @ 5pm. Come along and if you can’t make it email us your thoughts/comments.


Wednesday 20th June – Meeting

We have a meeting with our local councillor  Pete Mitchell on Wednesday 20th June  @ 7.30pmThe venue is Committee Room 8, The Civic Centre (top floor). Everybody welcome.
The meeting is to let him know our thoughts about the Wood Green Area Action Plan, the opening up of the ‘pathway’ at the back of Cumberland/Bradley/Wolseley, parking issues & any other local concerns members have.