I would like to know when will regeneration of high street and shops will commence in Palmers Green.
The area used to be once a sophisticated inviting booming place to enjoy a leisurely walk or to do your shopping or just sit and relax at the Triangle and enjoy the pretty shops and views but it has been over a decade and it has not been given any thought from you or from Cllrs or from Enfield Council, apart from making it into a cycle lane pilot scheme were hardly anyone is using or if they do they are rowdy teenagers reaming into pedestrians.
I feel the since the Mayor has been in power he not once considered once improvements nor reviving our local areas and communities or more importantly the residents and shoppers feelings having to shop in rundown miserable high streets, who spend so much money in their local high street and that money that is received by Central London should be given to make good shop-owners shop-fronts, plant more trees and hang flower containers on lamp posts, with banners, painted building, seating areas and public toilets, bollards for safety is much needed, you need to bring back the beauty and the feel of wanting to shop in local areas without feeling depressed, if you say we have to cycle to combat air pollution and to keep healthy and feel good then the same must be instilled to our surroundings which is more importantly then enforcing cycle lanes without the prettiness.
Not just Palmers Green looks like a greyness of cloud but all North London areas are the same and nothing has been done about to change it to make people feel good and safe and feel proud of their communities, it is a huge shame as were told to better our streets but on the other hand The Mayor and other influential people are hardly doing nothing to make improvements, they cannot expect residents to make improvements when we have not the means without your support.
The Mayor of London must stick to what he promises if we are to have any faith in those we vote...