Stop TfL from building tower blocks on Cockfosters station car parks

Our mission is to stop TfL building high-rise rental housing on top of the car parks at Cockfosters station.

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Cockfosters is a semi-rural, outer-London suburb, bordering the historically and ecologically significant Trent Country Park; its Grade II listed Tube station is directly adjacent to the Green Belt.

The current London Borough of Enfield Local Plan, which the Borough’s planners should follow, provides very clear guidance on areas inappropriate for tall buildings. e.g. adjacent to the Green Belt, adjacent to conservation areas, a presumption against tall buildings in sensitive areas, locations where development would infringe or detract from local views, etc.

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3 weeks ago

Save Cockfosters

Dear London Borough of Enfield,

Your own policies make it quite clear that areas adjacent to the Green Belt are NOT suitable for tall buildings. So, we just thought that we would point this out to you in case you 'forget' this when TfL put in their planning application...
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3 weeks ago

Save Cockfosters

*** UPDATE 17/03 Unfortunately due to government advice regarding Coronavirus, Thursday's meeting has had to be postponed. Please check our Facebook page on Thursday evening for an update on the campaign.***

Save Cockfosters is going live on Facebook @7pm on Thursday 19th March!

Given the ongoing global issue around #Coronavirus, we wanted to re-iterate that the public meeting regarding the station car park development will go ahead this Thurs 19 March 2020 @7pm Christ Church, Chalk Lane.

However, it will be held under the following conditions:

Please only attend if you are fit and well, and are not showing any symptoms of the Coronavirus.

For people who are showing symptoms, the very elderly and those people with underlying health issues, we suggest you do not attend, but instead we will be recording and live streaming the event. You can access this via the campaign facebook as follows:

1. If you are a logged in member of facebook, simply visit the campaign facebook page and view the public meeting as a live stream. as it happens.

2. If you are not a member of facebook, you will still be able to go to the campaign facebook page and view a recorded video after the meeting has finished (approx. 9.30pm).
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3 weeks ago

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