Broadwater Farm Community Centre Consultation
Broadwater Farm Neighbourhood Improvements
Broadwater Farm Community Centre started consultation on current and future use of the Centre on Tuesday 17 February 2009. The consultation ended Monday 20 April 2009.
We wanted to get as many views as possible so we held meetings with stakeholders in the community and held discussions with community representatives. We also produced a questionnaire that could be completed online or as a printed document and sent back to us. We will be able to update you with the results from completed questionnaires and comments soon.
Please read below for further information on why this consultation took place.
Broadwater Farm Community Centre has provided recreational, educational and social activities for local people and neighbouring communities since 1992.
We want to provide the best services we can but needed to look at what we are providing now so we could plan the best way to organise services in the future. Broadwater Farm Community Centre is probably one of the largest Centres in the borough. We need a lot of investment to maintain it's current standard and to make essential repairs. At present it requires a yearly Council subsidy of around £300,000 just to keep it running.
The Council is committed to providing excellent community services for this area. However, we must do this in a way which makes best use of our resources and is the most cost effective.
We also wanted to let you know that there are two developments taking place in the Broadwater Farm area - the Inclusive Learning Campus and the proposed regeneration of Lordship Recreational Grounds which will bring great benefits to the community. These developments may help us to make decisions about the future of the Community Centre.
Read more about the History of Broadwater Farm and see What's On at the Community Centre.
If you would like to contact us you can do so by letter or telephone:
Freepost NAT 20890
PO Box 264
Broadwater Farm Community Centre
Tel 020 8885 7771 or 020 8801 4115
This consultation has now ended and the results will be published soon.
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