Keeping watch on development schemes proposed by Tesco and ASDA for New Barnet, North London, UK
http://www.newbarnet.org.uk/ - May 17, 2013 10:34:01 PM - Dec 2, 2004 8:54:25 AM
19th January 2013
Spen Hill have launched a 'New Barnet Project' website which includes artists impressions of their residential development plans.this page last updated 19th Jan 2013 •
16th January 2013
Spen Hill Developments Ltd (a wholly owned subsidiary of Tesco) are holding an exhibition of their plans for residential development on three sites in New Barnet - OpTex site in Victoria Road, 15 East Barnet Road, and 7-11 Victoria Road.
The exhibition is being held at the Salvation Army Hall, Albert Road, New Barnet, EN4 9SH
- Wednesday 23rd January 2013 from 12-8pm
- Thursday 24th January 2013 from 12-8pm
11th October 2012
14th October 2012, dated 14th October, has been emailed to campaign supporters.
applied for planning permission for their original or revised 'regeneration' schemes.In mid 2012 it became known that Spen Hill (a wholly owned subsidiary of Tesco) was formulating plans for a residential development on the OpTex site.
Following an appeal to the planning inspectorate, Tesco were granted permission to build a Tesco Express at 7-11 Victoria Road on 7th April 2009. Tesco have not progressed this development and the planning permission has now expired.this page last updated 15th Oct 2012 •
14th March 2012, dated 14th March, has been emailed to campaign supporters.this page last updated 14th Mar 2012 •
Consultants working on behalf of Barnet Council drew up outline proposals for the future of the main shopping area in New Barnet during 2009. Public consultation on a draft version of the document took place during February and March 2010.
New Barnet Town Centre Framework
Consultants working on behalf of Barnet Council drew up outline proposals for the future of the main shopping area in New Barnet during 2009. Public consulation on a draft version of the document took place during February and March 2010.
A final version was approved by Barnet Council on 29th November 2010. It is available for