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Thousands in petition against redevelopment

“Residents rally to fight TfL’s plans for town – MORE than 3,000 people have signed a petition opposing redevelopment plans in the centre of Northwood.” – Following the Northwood’s Voice petition presentation to Downing Street earlier this week there’s an article in this week’s Watford Observer (October 23rd 2015) about the subject.    Please use this […]

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Protest Petition goes to 10 Downing Street

On Tuesday 20th October a “Northwoods Voice” petition, signed by some 3,000 people, against the proposed redevelopment of a significant part of the Conservation Area in the centre of Northwood was presented to Downing Street by a group of shopkeepers threatened with demolition of their existing premises.       The photo here shows Sam Qeyami (Farmhouse Pizza) and […]

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Northwood’s Voice comments on recent exhibition plans

The last exhibition showed changes to plans shown to residents at previous exhibitions. However, the overall result is still the same with the loss of the TfL estate in its present form in Northwood.

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PETITION COUNT

Northwoods Voice are pleased to announce that we now have a total of 2,907 signatures against the proposed TfL development

Petition Count,
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See Northwood’s Voice Featured on “streetlife”

Follow this link to see NorthwoodsVoice featured on  “STREETLIFE”. https://www.streetlife.com/conversation/m3juvq8qqqzu/

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Eastcote Conservation Panel

It has been brought to the attention of the Panel that TFL are in the process of ‘redesigning’ the centre of […]

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The Demolition of Northwood’s Green Lane and Station Approach

The Demolition of Northwood’s Green Lane and Station Approach.
Article by Conservation Specialist

Conservation,
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Letter to My Northwood News written by Jon Marx

Letter published in the August 2015 edition of “My Northwood News” from Jon Marx. Does this reflect the feelings of many Northwood residents?

Letters from Residents,
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