We are pleased to report that the refurbishment and/or replacement of the railings around The Green is imminent. The historic white rails outside the church will be refurbished and repainted. Other metal railings will be replaced by railings which are more in keeping with the area and are hopefully sturdier than their predecessors.
Local volunteer Darius Hazelwood Horner, a member of Southgate Green Association, has restored Southgate Village Gates to their former glory. The works formed one of SGA’s local restoration projects. Southgate originated as the “south gate” to Enfield Chase, the King’s hunting grounds. A timber lynch gate marks the southern entrance to Southgate. The Gates stand […]
On December 21st, at very short notice, over 80 people including MP David Burrows, a number of small children and at least 4 dogs, gathered to sing carols around the newly planted tree. The vicar Fr Chrichton Limbert provided the words and led the proceedings, whilst members of Christ Church choir led the singing. Carol […]
The good news is that, following a public examination hearing in August 2016, the Pinkham Way site has been removed from Haringey Council’s Site Allocations Plan because Haringey Council could not justify its inclusion. However, the dual “SINC/Employment Land” planning designation remains in place and the big push is now on to remove the Employment […]
Update November 2016
presentation by Councillor Jason Charalambous at the SGA AGM
Please click the link below to get the document in Word format: Pinkham Way Update 15 June 2015 Details on the Pinkham Way site.
SGA newsletter April 2015
Enfield Council has been awarded £30 million to transform cycling across our borough