We have been advised that the Council has published Enfield’s Draft Heritage Strategy for public
The draft Heritage Strategy will be the subject of a 12-week period of formal public consultation from Wednesday 5th December 2018 until Thursday 28th February 2019. Representations on this document should be received no later than 5pm on Thursday 28th February 2019.
Draft Heritage Strategy consultation
The Council is consulting on Making Enfield, a new Heritage Strategy 2019-25. How we manage heritage will shape how we grow, make new places and enhance the areas we already have.
Our plans are set out in Making Enfield which is a new Heritage Strategy for the next five years. Making Enfield was developed in collaboration with community groups from across the Borough. It will be a Supplementary Planning Document to the Local Plan (also subject to consultation).
The draft of Making Enfield: Heritage Strategy 2019-25 is available to view at enfield.gov.uk/heritagestrategy
Public drop-in sessions
Drop-in sessions will be arranged for January and February 2019 and dates will be confirmed and posted on the Council’s Local Plan webpage. We will endeavour to publish them on this site as well.
How to respond?
Make comments to the draft new Heritage Strategy using one of the methods below:
- online at: enfield.gov.uk/plan1
- by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- bt post to: Strategic Planning and Design, ENFIELD COUNCIL, FREEPOST, NW5036, EN1 3BR
Please mark comments ‘Heritage Strategy’.
Should you have any queries relating to these consultations you can telephone the Strategic Planning and Design team on: 020 8379 3866.
Representations cannot be made anonymously. Please provide your full name and contact details. Please note that representations will be made publicly available, along with your name.
Hard copies of the draft Heritage Strategy will be available to view on request at the Civic Centre, and in the borough’s libraries.
Alternatively, hard copies of the draft Heritage Strategy can be made available on request by contacting the Council, either by telephone, via email or by post (see contact details above).