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History

A Prestigious Past

1920
1920

Hornsey Council buys the plot of land just off Crouch End Broadway.

1933
1933

A council-run competition is held to find a suitable architect to design the Town Hall. The winner is New Zealand-born architect, Reginald Uren.

1934
1934
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1934
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1934

Construction work begins on Hornsey Town Hall.

1935
1935
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1935
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1935

After almost two years of construction, Hornsey Town Hall is completed, becoming one of the earliest and most iconic examples of modernist architecture in Britain.

1938
1938

A former telephone exchange building situated to the left of the Town Hall is acquired and transformed into Hornsey’s electricity showrooms.

1966
1966

After 30 years in the Town Hall, Hornsey Borough Council is dissolved and merged with the London Borough of Haringey, which is based in neighbouring Wood Green.

1971
1971

The rock band Queen perform their very first performance in the Hornsey Town Hall Assembly Room.

1981
1981
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1981
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1981

Hornsey Town Hall is granted Grade II* listed status, making it one of the most culturally and architecturally significant buildings in the UK.

1987
1987
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1987
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1987

After a whole host of music concerts throughout the ‘70s, the Assembly Hall is closed as the council is unable to run and maintain it.

2000
2000
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 2000
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 2000

The local council starts looking for a new use for Hornsey Town Hall, but a series of failed proposals mean the building remains empty for much of the next decade.

2017
2017
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 2017
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 2017

Far East Consortium gains planning to restore the Town Hall and build two new apartment blocks, providing Crouch End with a new arts centre, hotel and over 140 apartments.

1920
1920
1920

Hornsey Council buys the plot of land just off Crouch End Broadway.

1933
1933
1933

A council-run competition is held to find a suitable architect to design the Town Hall. The winner is New Zealand-born architect, Reginald Uren.

1934
1934
1934
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1934
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1934

Construction work begins on Hornsey Town Hall.

1935
1935
1935
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1935
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1935

After almost two years of construction, Hornsey Town Hall is completed, becoming one of the earliest and most iconic examples of modernist architecture in Britain.

1938
1938
1938

A former telephone exchange building situated to the left of the Town Hall is acquired and transformed into Hornsey’s electricity showrooms.

1966
1966
1966

After 30 years in the Town Hall, Hornsey Borough Council is dissolved and merged with the London Borough of Haringey, which is based in neighbouring Wood Green.

1971
1971
1971

The rock band Queen perform their very first performance in the Hornsey Town Hall Assembly Room.

1981
1981
1981
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1981
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1981

Hornsey Town Hall is granted Grade II* listed status, making it one of the most culturally and architecturally significant buildings in the UK.

1987
1987
1987
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1987
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 1987

After a whole host of music concerts throughout the ‘70s, the Assembly Hall is closed as the council is unable to run and maintain it.

2000
2000
2000
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 2000
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 2000

The local council starts looking for a new use for Hornsey Town Hall, but a series of failed proposals mean the building remains empty for much of the next decade.

2017
2017
2017
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 2017
Hornsey Town Hall - History - 2017

Far East Consortium gains planning to restore the Town Hall and build two new apartment blocks, providing Crouch End with a new arts centre, hotel and over 140 apartments.

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Address HORNSEY TOWN HALL, THE BROADWAY, CROUCH END, LONDON N8 9JJ
Hornsey Town Hall is a development by CROUCH END (FEC) LIMITED, Ground Floor, 12 Stanhope Gate, London, W1K 1AW, England (a company incorporated in England and Wales with company number 10448866).
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