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haveyoursayThis week there are three ways that you can influence the future look and feel of Palmers Green:

  • On Thursday the Area Forum will discuss the proposed changes to Green Lanes and the Triangle.
  • A "mobile consultation space" will be parked in Green Lanes from Friday to Sunday.  You will be invited in to tell the Council what you think about their ideas.
  • You can contribute to our online discussion:  your top five ideas about improving the Palmers Green Public Realm.

 As we reported last week, the "public realm" improvements are tied in with implementation of the Mini-Holland cycling scheme.  The Mini-Holland proposals for Green Lanes include removal of the traffic island at Palmers Green Triangle - a proposal which will undoubtedly be opposed by many Palmers Green residents.

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