CONSULTATION FOR THE HENDON HUB DEVELOPMENT

Barnet Borough Council and Middlesex University have a shared ambition of the Burroughs in Hendon becoming the heart of education in a thriving Barnet.

Led by Barnet Council, this innovative and exciting proposal will integrate new academic and civic spaces along The Burroughs in Hendon and other nearby sites.

Working in partnership with Middlesex University and other key stakeholders, such as the Barnet Library Service, this project will create a place that everyone can be proud of and which will deliver significant new investment into this area. It will dramatically improve the look and feel of The Burroughs, creating a pleasant environment that is accessible and able to be used by everyone in Hendon.

We held our public consultation from Friday 27 February until Monday 7 June. We thank you for submitting your feedback. The team is reviewing the feedback and the proposals before submitting an application later in the summer.

Environmental Impact Assessment Scoping Report (update 28 May 2021)

The Hendon Hub project team have submitted an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Scoping Report to the London Borough of Barnet. Though this appears on the council’s planning portal, this is not a planning application. You can view this on the council’s website.

A Scoping Report contains the potential environmental impact of the draft proposals and helps to inform what would need to be included in a future planning application. Council planning officers will review the Scoping Report and provide the team with a Scoping Opinion. This would then assist the project team to create the Environmental Statement that needs to be submitted as part any planning applications for the project.

The team has submitted a Scoping Report now to make sure that all of the relevant environmental topics are being considered and is a standard process for any major development. The draft proposals within the Scoping Report are not the final plans for Hendon Hub as these are still under development, and the project team are taking on board people’s feedback received through the public consultation

The Virtual Consultation

The Virtual Consultation platform is live. Inside this interactive space you can download project documents, view the plans in more detail and share your feedback with the project team.

Alternatively you can download and view the display boards that are featured in the virtual consultation here. This is a PDF file and will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your device to view these files. More information.

Your Feedback

We held our public consultation from Friday 27 February until Monday 7 June.

We thank you for submitting your feedback. The team is reviewing the feedback and the proposals before submitting an application later in the summer.

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