An options appraisal to explore a number of broad options for the future of Hornsey Town Hall was carried out in 2014 after a Gateway Review to test progress being made on the Mountview project – which was approved as a preferred option by Cabinet in 2011 – highlighted a number of concerns.
The review looked at all aspects of the Hornsey Town Hall project – including design, funding and project management – and made a series of recommendations to address concerns. An options appraisal was amongst those recommendations.
The appraisal – led by independent experts GVA Financial Consulting – looked at five broad options for the Town Hall building and the surrounding site, assessing those options against financial viability and the council’s key objectives for the site, which include priorities such as community use and engagement and economic impact. The appraisal evaluates each of these options and highlights some further key considerations for the council to determine in order to reach a preferred option.
Findings from the options appraisal can be viewed in the options appraisal final report (PDF, 792KB) and will be on display at the forthcoming public exhibition, where there will also be the opportunity to find out more and ask questions about these options.
Haringey Council’s Cabinet team will consider the findings of the options appraisal and the further work carried out by the council since the options appraisal, and to choose a preferred option later in 2015.
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