A consultation on new plans to “unlock the borough’s potential” by identifying land for development has been launched by Haringey Borough Council.

The authority has asked members of the public for their views on 54 sites which could be developed under the draft site allocations development plan.

It also wants opinions on the Tottenham Area Action Plans – which set out a vision for the regeneration of Tottenham.

The council says the plans aim to make Haringey one of London’s best places to live and work and will try to achieve residents’ priorities during the next 20 years.

Councillor Joseph Ejiofor, cabinet member for planning, said: “We believe in the positive future of Haringey, and have identified a number of sites that could be transformed to become the cultural hubs, job opportunities and new neighbourhoods central to the borough’s future.

“Putting in place dedicated planning guidelines is essential to help us deliver this.

“Haringey Council is committed to ensuring that the community is at the heart of our regeneration plans and involved at every step of the process, so I’d urge residents to engage with us and respond to this consultation.”

Both strategies are in their early stages and final plans will be considered by the council’s cabinet next year.

Consultation runs until Friday, March 7.

To find out more and to take part, visit www.haringey.gov.uk/ldf or visit your local area forum.