North Finchley Town Centre Partnership Board – make your voice heard

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Your high street needs you

We are inviting members of the local community who care about North Finchley Town Centre, and have the time, to come together and work in partnership with the council and others to support the town centre to thrive.

The North Finchley Partnership Board is the new working group dedicated to ensuring that local residents, businesses and other interested parties are fully involved, engaged and active in helping to regenerate and revitalise their town centre. Barnet Council is committed to working together with members of the NFPB to make North Finchley Town Centre a thriving place

Your high street needs you

We are inviting members of the local community who care about North Finchley Town Centre, and have the time, to come together and work in partnership with the council and others to support the town centre to thrive.

The North Finchley Partnership Board is the new working group dedicated to ensuring that local residents, businesses and other interested parties are fully involved, engaged and active in helping to regenerate and revitalise their town centre. Barnet Council is committed to working together with members of the NFPB to make North Finchley Town Centre a thriving place for all to live, work, visit and play.

Establishing this board is a critical next step following the adoption of the North Finchley Town Centre Framework Supplementary Planning Document (SPD), which sets out an agreed approach for the future regeneration of this important town centre.


Who can apply

You can apply to become a member of the board if you have a relationship with North Finchley Town Centre and the local community and can demonstrate your passion for supporting the area to develop and thrive. We are looking for a mix of people from across North Finchley, to ensure the Board’s outlook is holistic and diverse, with a range of views, life experiences and aspirations for the town centre.


How many board meetings you will be asked to attend

Members will be asked to attend a minimum of four meetings per year.

In the meetings you will be asked to:

  • represent the views of the wider community
  • advise on how best to encourage community discussions and engagement
  • discuss ideas for initiatives and projects to support North Finchley town centre.

For more information, please refer to our NFBP Terms of Reference including the representation being sought from the local community.


How to register your interest

If you are interested in being part of the board, please complete this application form by 13 September 2021. The application form should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. We will respond to all applicants whether successful or otherwise.

For more information on the membership and the selection process, decision-making and meetings please refer to Section F in the Terms of Reference.

Those who are successful in their application will be invited to become members and work together to make North Finchley Town Centre a thriving place.

For more information on membership, decision-making and meetings, please refer to the Terms of Reference.

If you have any questions or would like more information about this opportunity, please email NFPB@barnet.gov.uk

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  • We asked, you said, we did

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    We asked

    We invited members of the local community who care about North Finchley Town Centre, and have the time, to come together and work in partnership with the council and others to support the town centre to thrive.

    You said

    We received 16 applications to join the board.

    We did

    We assessed the applications in line with the Council’ standard procurement system and 11 members from the local community joined. The first meeting was held on 22 November 2021. More information on the North Finchley Partnership Board are available here and you can find the agendas and minutes for previous meetings online.