Neighbourhood Planners London

Neighbourhood Planners London

We are fortunate in Highgate to be surrounded by other Neighbourhood Forums – in Crouch End, Dartmouth Park, Kentish Town and Hampstead – all working to make positive change in their local area and working together around issues such as getting better local bus...
Applying for redesignation

Applying for redesignation

The Highgate Neighbourhood Forum is now five years old. This means that under the terms of the Localism Act it has to apply for redesignation. The official consultation is being carried out by Haringey and Camden councils.The Forum has already made a major difference...
Moving ahead post-referendum

Moving ahead post-referendum

Apologies for the hiatus in news, but after a post-referendum summer break we have been busy developing the future work of the Neighbourhood Forum. We are committed to ensure that Highgate benefits from the opportunities offered by the Localism Act and has access to...
Big majority in Highgate Referendum

Big majority in Highgate Referendum

The Highgate Neighbourhood Forum is celebrating the big Yes vote in the Highgate Neighbourhood Referendum on Thursday July 6. The Plan was backed by 88% of the 2,361 people who voted. Turnout was 18.2% – the equivalent of a council by-election vote. It made history as...
Help us Beat the Bounds of Highgate

Help us Beat the Bounds of Highgate

Join us as local historians Michael Hammerson and Peter Barber guide us round Highgate’s green boundary. Meet at 1.30 pm on Sunday 11 June at the Merton Lane entrance to Hampstead Heath. Walk either clockwise or anticlockwise round the Highgate Neighbourhood...

Nominations for Forum Committee 2017/18

The list of nominees, the AGM agenda and Treasurer’s Report can be found here. The Chair’s Report will be posted shortly. ← AGM and launch of Plan on May 8 Help us Beat the Bounds of Highgate → Highgate needs YOU The Forum is made up of people...