Wood Green is diverse and vibrant. We will build on this to create a strong image for Wood Green and ensure we are a destination of choice.
We will hire and manage a dedicated security team to achieve a measurable reduction in crime and anti-social behaviour
We will make sure there is a buzz in Wood Green that people find attractive
We will be eyes and ears on the street to ensure the Council’s current cleaning services are more effective, and will work with them to achieve this
There is a lot of development planned for Wood green. We will make sure you have a strong voice in this, as well as other key issues like Crossrail 2, parking restrictions and business rates
We will ensure a more attractive environment for visitors, particularly at Wood Green and Turnpike Lane underground stations
We will save businesses money by arranging joint-procurement of business services
Alexandra Palace attracts over 3 million visitors annually. We will take advantage of this by making sure that Wood Green is seen as the gateway to Alexandra palace and the best place to visit before or after
We will involve businesses in working towards a long-term vision for Wood Green as an easily accessible, creative and vibrant metropolitan centre, with attractive and spacious public realm and a strong business mix
We will make Wood Green attractive to key brands and new businesses
We want Wood Green to be welcoming and attractive at all times of day and somewhere that businesses can thrive. Giving people a good experience is crucial to achieving this by improving the image of Wood Green.
Make Wood Green more safe & secure
These proposals are supported by the police, who have agreed to work in partnership to deliver security improvements in Wood Green. We will work with them on the five key areas of physical security, volume crime, fraud and economic crime, counter-terrorism and business continuity. Projects will include, for example:
Make Wood Green more attractive
Wood Green is a multicultural hub and has many things to be proud of, from its food offer and its status as a Metropolitan town centre, to its independents and its technology repair shops. It should also be the first place the more than 3 million annual visitors to Alexandra Palace think of coming before or after an event. But we need to get the word out and to improve Wood Green’s image, to make sure we make the most of these great assets.
Working together can achieve a lot. A Business Improvement District is a strong formal structure that will allow businesses to have a strong voice. This will be very important to make sure our views are listened to on big issues affecting the area.