Barnet shows Cricklewood plans

LB Barnet is consulting on plans to revamp Cricklewood Town Centre, following a £1.6m grant from the Mayor of London’s Outer London Fund.

The plans to make-over the town centre area include planting trees, installing new street furniture and repairing carriageways, paving and footways. As well as many more improvements it is hoped that the end result will see Cricklewood Town Centre become a more cohesive and vibrant place to visit and shop.

They also aim to make improvements to Cricklewood Playground. The park will have better connections to the town centre, trees will be planted, a new play area will be installed as well as a multi-use games area and a communal garden space.

Barnet Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment, Councillor Dean Cohen, said: “These are challenging times for all of the country’s high streets. This is an opportunity to bring together residents, business owners and all three local authorities with responsibility for the area to start on the road to transforming the town centre into a vibrant place for all.”

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