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Clitterhouse Playing Fields, Brent Cross Town consultation

Times Series: CGI of what Clitterhouse Playing Fields, Brent Cross should look like. Picture: Barnet Council

Lovers of the outdoors can shape plans for a new park as part of the Brent Cross development.

This week virtual and in-person events will be held for the public to speak to the Brent Cross Town team and give feedback on plans for Clitterhouse Playing Fields, ahead of a planning application being submitted later this year.

At 44 acres, Clitterhouse Playing Fields is the largest open green space in Brent Cross Town.

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Following the death of the Queen, the in-person exhibitions in Claremont Road have been rearranged:

  • Thursday September 22 (5.30pm to 6.30pm) at the pavilion.
  • Saturday September 24 (11am to 3pm) near Our Yard.
  • Sunday September 25 (11am to 3pm) at the pavilion.

CGI of what Clitterhouse Playing Fields, Brent Cross should look like. Picture: Barnet Council

The plans will include sport facilities, tree planting, routes for cyclists and runners, public toilets, picnic areas, and a café.

Feedback can be given online at https://engage.barnet.gov.uk/clitterhouse-playing-fields-phase-3-consultation

Times Series: CGIs of what new routes in Clitterhouse Playing Fields, Brent Cross should look like. Picture: Barnet CouncilCGIs of what new routes in Clitterhouse Playing Fields, Brent Cross should look like. Picture: Barnet Council

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