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Clitterhouse Playing Fields: See The Emerging Plans

March 14, 2022

Brent Cross Town has today (Monday 14 March) revealed the initial plans for the rejuvenation of Clitterhouse Playing Fields with an online exhibition which is now open.

Clitterhouse Playing Fields is the 44-acre open green space, which sits at the centre of Argent Related’s and Barnet Council’s 180-acre, net zero park town, Brent Cross Town

Running until the 27 March on the Brent Cross Town website, the online exhibition shows how feedback has been incorporated into the designs for the new playing fields from the first round of consultation last year.

The online consultation is also a chance for you to share their thoughts and give feedback on the progressed vision for Clitterhouse Playing Fields.

View the exhibition

To view the online exhibition and take part in the consultation visit: bxt.uk/cpfconsult

Brent Cross Town will also be hosting in-person and virtual events to showcase the plans at the following events:

A webinar is also being hosted on Wednesday 23 March (6.30pm to 7.30pm). You can register for the webinar here.

About the Clitterhouse Playing Fields

Equivalent to approximately 22 football pitches, Clitterhouse Playing Fields has the potential to become one of North London’s most significant public parks. We want to create an even more accessible, inclusive and enjoyable place for people spend time.

In October 2021, the first-round public consultation on the playing fields received feedback from over 200 people. Initial feedback suggested that overall, the community would like to see the playing fields offer more facilities to give people a reason to visit and get involved with sport. They would like to see inclusive spaces that promote health and wellbeing beyond sporting activities and to retain elements of the current openness of the playing fields.

The designs being presented now respond to community feedback. The proposals include a pavilion for people to sit in and relax, more walking routes for people and improved connectivity from east to west and north to south, and enhanced landscaping to Clitterhouse stream.

Councillor Daniel Thomas, Leader of Barnet Council, said: “Clitterhouse Playing Fields are at the heart of Brent Cross Town’s vision to create a new park town that enhances the space around it. As the second round of consultation launches, I encourage residents to continue to share their views on how these exciting plans are developed to be as accessible, inclusive and enjoyable as possible for those that live nearby.”

Have your say

The deadline for providing your comments is midnight on Sunday March 27. After that, the Brent Cross Town team will review all the feedback and make changes to the development, wherever possible.

To view the online exhibition and take part in the consultation visit: bxt.uk/cpfconsult to find out more about Brent Cross Town visit BXT.co.uk