Brent Cross Town, the 180-acre new town centre regeneration project, has launched a public consultation on the 44-acre Clitterhouse Playing Fields and is inviting local people to get involved by sharing their thoughts on what they would like to see from the playing fields in the future.

The focus of this first phase of public consultation is to gather insight and ideas from local people to shape the design that is being developed within the existing outline planning permission, which has been granted to include traditional sport and play facilities and a pavilion.

The playing fields are equivalent to approximately 22 football pitches. But despite their size, the lack of amenities and facilities mean their use is, but despite their size are currently limited to a handful of uses. By sharing your thoughts you will be able to guide the transformation of the playing fields to ensure there is something for everyone and help create one of North London’s most significant public parks.

The consultation opened on Monday, October 4, and will close on Sunday, October 31, 2021.

You can take part in the consultation online at or attend an event hosted by Brent Cross Town. Scan the QR code for all details.

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Read more about Brent Cross Town, which is part of the wider Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration scheme at,

Brent Cross Town is being delivered by Argent Related and Barnet Council