Liveable Crouch End
COVID-19 (coronavirus) update
The council continues to follow advice from the government and TfL regarding the continuation of this project. We have undertaken extensive community engagement in relation to this project but we are currently at the design development and TfL funding approval stage and are not actively engaging with the community.
Our next engagement stage will be a full public consultation which is currently planned for July 2020. We will of course consider this engagement in light of the COVID-19 situation.
We will continue to monitor the situation and if required we will postpone the consultation.
Haringey Council has been awarded £4.8 million of funding by Transport for London to carry out a Liveable Neighbourhoods scheme in the Crouch End area. The scheme aims to encourage walking, cycling and the use of public transport for residents, business and visitors, as well as improving health and air quality and reducing car trips.
To find out more about Liveable Neighbourhoods, please visit Transport for London’s website (external link).
The analysis reports and data gathered during the trial are now available on the Reports and Minutes page.
The January 2020 Design survey has now closed. The evaluation report is available now on our Reports and Minutes page.