Planning approved for restoration of Hornsey Town Hall
Haringey Council has approved our exciting plans to restore the Grade II*-listed Hornsey Town Hall and secure its future for generations to come.
Far East Consortium (FEC) will undertake the multi-million pound restoration of the Town Hall, which will remove the landmark from Historic England’s ‘Heritage at Risk’ register and create a new destination in the heart of Crouch End.
Once restored, Hornsey Town Hall will feature a wide range of community spaces incorporating a new arts centre, café, flexible community and events spaces and a high quality hotel. The development will also include 146 homes, providing studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments.
FEC will also create a newly landscaped Town Hall Square and a new public space named Town Hall Gardens. The arts centre will be operated by Haringey-based Time + Space Co, who will create a modern day, future-proofed arts centre.
Katy Ghahremani, Partner at Make said: “I am delighted that we are a step closer to restoring this important Grade II* asset to Haringey and Crouch End. So much has been committed to preserving the historic parts of the site and so much has been invested into engagement and consultation, so we can deliver something that will put the scheme back at the heart of the community and be a development the whole area can be proud of. Congratulations to all involved.”