The New Southgate masterplan (PDF) was agreed for adoption in December 2010. New Southgate was identified as one of our priority regeneration areas. We worked with residents and businesses to create a neighbourhood that:
We have delivered a number of projects that were identified as areas of development and improvement in the masterplan. These include:
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The Red Brick Estate improvement project featured in the New Southgate masterplan (PDF). It was identified by residents as a top priority. The project aimed to improve safety and improve the look of the area.
We worked with residents in 2011 to get their views on our plans to:
The project was completed in September 2014. Residents say the estate is now easier to police, safer and better in appearance. One local resident said:
"I think the estate is much improved, especially with the removal of the brickwork along Station Road. It felt very closed-in before, now it seems more part of the community. Replacing the very old fencing around some gardens with new brickwork has also improved the appearance of the estate."
The Take the High Road project featured in the New Southgate masterplan (PDF). It was identified by residents as a high priority.
The project aimed to:
Improvements in the Take the High Road project included:
Phase two involved improvement to the open space on Grove Road, known locally as The Bombie. This includes improved walkways and features celebrating the history of the site. The project was completed in spring 2014.
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We have many ambitions for the site of the old Southgate Town Hall, including:
In addition, we intend to keep the town hall intact, converting it into an apartment building.
The Southgate Town Hall Planning Brief (PDF) was produced to help ensure that development accommodates appropriate uses and that social, environmental and economic benefits are maximised. It was adopted on 12 October 2011.
We appointed leading property consultants, Drivers Jonas Deloitte (DJD), to sell the freehold. In October 2012 the marketing campaign began with adverts in the property press and the direct targeting of 150 potential purchasers including:
Interested parties submitted their offers in November 2012.
DJD have analysed all bids and held interviews with shortlisted parties. Heads of terms have been finalised and officers have submitted a report for formal approval.
Design work for the improvement of library services is underway, together with the relocation of essential back office library functions.
We have also been in discussions with a group medical practice regarding the possibility of accommodating a doctor's surgery on the ground and lower ground floors of the library building.
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Improvements to the open space on Grove Road, known locally as The Bombie, have been completed. This was part of the second phase of the Take the High Road project.
Improvements to the site included:
Local residents played a big role in this project. Many were keen to have the site's rich history featured on planned artwork.
Our local archives team uncovered many interesting facts and images relating to The Bombie. We used these local stories and worked with community groups to create two artworks that tell the history of the local area. These are:
For more information, view our site images and design plans (PDF).