Save Our Southgate – A message from Chris Dey, Grange Park Ward Councillor

(The following message is posted on behalf of Councillor Christopher Dey)

Dear Resident,

You may be aware that the Boundary Commission is proposing to destroy our current constituency of Enfield Southgate. We have produced the attached leaflet explaining this to residents which we have paid to be delivered to every household in the constituency.

In essence, the Boundary Commission wishes to move Winchmore Hill into the Edmonton Constituency & Grange Park into the Enfield North Constituency. Then the rest of the current constituency is coupled with four wards from Haringey to form a Southgate & Wood Green constituency.

Please can I request that you share the attached with your neighbours and other residents? This is non-political and just about saving our constituency. We will also be putting forward a proposal to the BC that looks more like the current Enfield Southgate constituency. We are very keen not to split the N21 postcode across two different parliamentary constituencies.

We have also placed it on the agenda for the Grange Park Ward Forum on Thursday. Agenda for Grange Park Ward Forum on Thursday, 24th November, 2022, 7.30 pm. Hope to see you there.

Kind regards

Councillor Christopher Dey
Member for Grange Park Ward
Conservative Group Chief Whip
Shadow Cabinet Member for Community Cohesion & Safety
London Borough of Enfield

020 8379 3376
07971 672798
cllr.chris.dey@enfield.gov.uk

(Attachment: Save Our Southgate Leaflet)

Grange Park Ward Forum, Thursday 24 November 2022 @7.30pm St Peters Church, Vera Avenue

Grange Park Ward Forum, Thursday 24 November 2022 @7.30pm

Venue: St Peter’s Church, Vera Avenue, Grange Park

Date: 24th November 2022 (Thu), 7.30pm

Hear updates from our elected Councillors Andy and Chris, especially about the recent “ground-breaking” October Council Meeting. Plus a Councillor Question Time to put questions to them regarding any local matters. (Please submit questions by e-mail in advance where possible)

Please come along and share this invitation with friends and neighbours that live in the Grange Park Ward!

A message from Wren Academy re planning consultation for the permanent buildings for Wren Enfield

The following is posted on behalf of St Paul’s CE Primary School:

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As you are probably aware we already have planning permission for the temporary buildings for Wren Academy Enfield on the Chase Farm Site.

We are now almost ready to make the application for the permanent buildings. Detailed designs have been drawn up for Wren Academy Enfield and a separate primary school, as well as outline designs for housing. This is a very exciting part of the process because it allows you to see what our buildings and the surrounding area will look like, and to comment on what you see, and this represents the formal consultation part of the planning process.

The Department for Education and the main contractor, Bowmer and Kirkland, have launched a public website today at www.chasefarmdevelopment.co.uk.

We would be very grateful if you could have a look at the website and share this with others in the community. We encourage you to review all of the material provided, ask the project team any questions and send your views via the feedback form by 7th May. It is really important for us to be able to demonstrate to Enfield planners that our community engagement has reached people, even in lockdown.

 

Thank you for your time and your support.