Hornsey Town Hall plans approved

Hornsey Town Hall is set for a face-lift which could pave the way for a cultural renaissance in the heart of Crouch End.

Haringey Council’s planning committee last night gave the green light to ambitious plans to restore the much-loved Grade II* listed building and bring it back into community use with public halls, theatre space, cafes and landscaping.

Award-winning architects, John McAslan + Partners, were appointed to the project in September 2008 following a competitive tender. Their sensitive and creative restoration of The Roundhouse in Camden and the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea heralded successful renewal and regeneration for those two iconic buildings

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