Hornsey Library Development Project
Visitors to Hornsey library will enjoy a bright new library space and more modern facilities as part of an improvement project that will see more than £1milllion invested in the building.
The Grade II listed building in Crouch End will see internal improvements including new furniture and IT equipment, an improved children’s library section and a refurbished main entrance and main library, alongside essential internal and external maintenance work, roof repairs and a new heating system.
While delivering more modern facilities, the work will respect the architectural character and history of the original library, with minimum impact on the structure of the building. There are no plans for any new services to be introduced.
The improvements, due to start in January 2019, are part of Haringey Council’s commitment to investing in a modern library service.
Find out more
- Following the initial options presentation between December 2017 and January 2018, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions (PDF, 65KB) about the improvement work.
- Hornsey Library Bulletin (PDF, 2MB)
The most recent designs are available to view at Hornsey Library until Monday 25 June. We will also be holding three drop-in sessions for the public to view the 3D plans, meet the design team and to give feedback. The sessions will be held on:
- Wednesday 13 June - 4.30 to 6.30pm
- Thursday 14 June - 9.30 to 11.30am
- Saturday 16 June - 9 to 11am
Alternatively you can view the designs by downloading the documents:
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