The guidance was approved by the Council’s cabinet on 27 November 2017.
Many parts of the complex are currently either vacant or underused and there’s an opportunity to intensify and introduce new uses to make better use of these important cultural and heritage assets, and generate income to offset ongoing maintenance costs.
The guidance outlines how we plan to shape and improve the complex and secure a more sustainable future for the buildings, setting out key planning and design parameters for any future refurbishment or redevelopment proposals that come forward. The document was approved after two rounds of public consultation and a robust evidence base had been collected.
- first draft planning and design guidance [pdf, 9.15Mb]
- assessment of significance [pdf, 6.08Mb]
- demand survey [pdf, 1.33Mb]
- demand survey appendix 6 [pdf, 373.48Kb]
- Stoke Newington Town Hall planning and design guidance consultation report [pdf, 694.69Kb]
- Stoke Newington Town Hall initial engagement report [pdf, 561.51Kb]