Planning & Development

Four and a half years after closing to enable redevelopment of its car park into flats, Palmers Green's landmark pub, the Fox, is back in business.

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This week Palmers Green's most notable Fox will be coming out of a very long hibernation. Much of the credit for its survival belongs to Sue Beard, the local chronicler behind the website Palmers Green Jewel in the North.

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Enfield Council has this week launched consultations about two new walking and cycling routes which are proposed as part of the borough's Journeys & Places Programme: Enfield Town to Ponders End Station, and Great Cambridge Junction to Bridport Road (Upper Edmonton).

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PG town centre will be getting some new public art later this year. What sort of art would you like, and where would you like it? To find out more and give your opinion you're invited to a meeting at Starfish Loves Coffee on Wednesday 18th January - pop in between 4pm and 6pm. If you can't make it, there's an online survey running until the end of the month.

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To mark the 90th anniversary of the extension of the Piccadilly Line past Arnos Grove, Southgate District Civic Trust will be holding an open meeting on 14th January, where heritage officers from TfL will talk about the architectural features of the stations on this stretch of the Underground and about Southgate Station in particular.

As of last week, new exemptions have been in force to make it easier for disabled people and their carers to drive into and out of the Fox Lane Quieter Neighbourhood (QN).

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Notices displayed in the windows of the Fox on Wednesday, announcing its reopening in January as part of the Akw Pubs/Whelan's chain and advertising for staff, had disappeared by 4pm.

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In a written judgement issued on 9th November, a High Court judge has dismissed legal challenges against the traffic orders issued by Enfield Council to implement the low-traffic neighbourhood (LTN) scheme in the Fox Lane quieter neighbourhood.

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Local campaigners have notified Enfield Council that in their view the planned leasing of a large part of Whitewebbs Park to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is unlawful. They have warned both the council and the football club that they intend to enforce the rights of the public to make use of the land for recreation and will take legal action if necessary.

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