Public consultation on the draft Finsbury Park Development SPD at the John Jones Arts Building

Public consultation on the draft Finsbury Park Development SPD at the John Jones Arts Building

The Finsbury Park Town Centre is an area of enormous untapped regeneration potential. The asset of a large open space in the shape of Finsbury Park itself, the excellent and improving public transport connections and the dynamism of the multicultural community who live and work there make Finsbury Park a unique area.  However, its urban fabric is severely constrained by roads, railways and poor quality public spaces. The area’s location on the boundaries of three London boroughs further complicates a coordinated approach to resolving its challenges.

Islington Council would like to hear your views on their draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the Finsbury Park Development Framework. A public consultation will take place between Monday 17 November 2014 and Monday 15 December 2014 and will provide an opportunity for you to comment on the draft document and proposed regeneration.

You can view the draft SPD by:

Visiting their website 

requesting a paper copy of the document by emailing

coming along to one of the drop-in information sessions that are being held (details below)

or visiting one of Islington's ten libraries.

Islington Council are holding three drop-in information sessions during the consultation period: 

  • Tuesday 25 November 2014, 3pm to 6pm, John Jones, The Arts Building, Morris Place, London, N4 3JG.
  • Thursday 4 December 2014, 5pm to 8pm, FinSpace, 225-229 Seven Sisters Road, London, N4 2DA.
  • Saturday 6 December 2014, 11am to 2pm, John Jones, The Arts Building, Morris Place, London,  N4 3JG.

To give your views you can:

fill in an online survey

email your views to:

write to:  Freepost RSEA-CUHA-YYAS, Finsbury Park SPD Consultation, Spatial Planning and Transport, London Borough of Islington, 4th Floor, Laycock Wing, 222 Upper Street  London, N1 1XR.

 Or complete a feedback form at one of the drop-in information sessions.

The SPD has been prepared by Islington Council. When the consultation period has finished, the council will consider all responses, and make any necessary changes to the draft SPD. 

For more information on planned regeneration for the area please follow this link.

Or contact:

Spatial Planning and Transport, 222 Upper Street, London, N1 1XR.