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TOPIC: Concerns about proposed ward boundary changes voiced by Labour and Conservative councillors

Commission proposes a new Palmers Green ward focussed on Green Lanes 06 Jun 2019 15:12 #4572

If anyone feels the same it may be worth submitting thoughts – the link s in Basil’s original post. Feel free to use any of my themes. Others might include eg Arnos Grove, the road, being without link to Broomfield Park; or Arnos Grove, the tube station, being well distant. N13, the postcode synonymous with PG, includes Broomfield Park and then stretches to the east (Palmers Green), rather than includes the park and stretching to the west (Arnos Grove).
I’m sure there are several such arguments and a few responses to the consultation can’t do any harm - even if you disagree.

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Concerns about proposed ward boundary changes voiced by Labour and Conservative councillors 25 Jul 2019 14:00 #4699



Consultation on changes ends Monday 5th August, reports James Cracknell

Concerns have been expressed about drastic changes to Enfield’s political ward boundaries.

Both local Labour and Conservative councillors have voiced criticism of proposed changes to the borough’s wards, drawn up by the Boundary Commission and currently subject to a public consultation.

Read the full report on the Enfield Dispatch website .

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