Mill Hill Neighbourhood Area Renewal and Forum Re-designation Applications Consultation

This consultation has now closed.

The council advises and assists local communities in the preparation of their Neighbourhood Development Plans. A Neighbourhood Development Plan is a statutory planning document setting out general planning policies for the development and use of land in a neighbourhood. The council is also responsible for approving the designated areas for the plans and designating Neighbourhood Area Forums to develop the plans.

The Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum was established in 2014 to prepare a neighbourhood plan for their area and after five years in operation the forum must now re-apply in order to continue to be formally designated. The Forum has therefore applied to the council to be formally re-designated for another five years in accordance with the Town and Country Planning Act (1990) and the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations.

As part of this application process the council is now consulting with residents and other interested stakeholders. The following documents have been submitted by the Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum:

During the consultation period the documents will also be available at:

  • Planning Reception, 2nd floor, Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, N20 0EJ
  • On the council's website here
  • Mill Hill Library, Hartley Avenue, Mill Hill, NW7 2HX.


Submit your comments

Please take the time to view the application documents and submit your comments. Any comments should relate to whether the Forum should be designated as a neighbourhood forum for another five years. No changes are being proposed to the designated Neighbourhood Area, which is shown in the application for information.

Comments can be submitted by:

If the council approves the application, the Mill HIll Neighbourhood Forum will be able to prepare a neighbourhood plan for their neighbourhood area.

Further information is available from the Planning Policy Team on 020 8359 4990 or email forward.planning@barnet.gov.uk.

You can also find more information on the Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum website.


The council advises and assists local communities in the preparation of their Neighbourhood Development Plans. A Neighbourhood Development Plan is a statutory planning document setting out general planning policies for the development and use of land in a neighbourhood. The council is also responsible for approving the designated areas for the plans and designating Neighbourhood Area Forums to develop the plans.

The Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum was established in 2014 to prepare a neighbourhood plan for their area and after five years in operation the forum must now re-apply in order to continue to be formally designated. The Forum has therefore applied to the council to be formally re-designated for another five years in accordance with the Town and Country Planning Act (1990) and the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations.

As part of this application process the council is now consulting with residents and other interested stakeholders. The following documents have been submitted by the Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum:

During the consultation period the documents will also be available at:

  • Planning Reception, 2nd floor, Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, N20 0EJ
  • On the council's website here
  • Mill Hill Library, Hartley Avenue, Mill Hill, NW7 2HX.


Submit your comments

Please take the time to view the application documents and submit your comments. Any comments should relate to whether the Forum should be designated as a neighbourhood forum for another five years. No changes are being proposed to the designated Neighbourhood Area, which is shown in the application for information.

Comments can be submitted by:

If the council approves the application, the Mill HIll Neighbourhood Forum will be able to prepare a neighbourhood plan for their neighbourhood area.

Further information is available from the Planning Policy Team on 020 8359 4990 or email forward.planning@barnet.gov.uk.

You can also find more information on the Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum website.