Haringey Council wants people’s views on the future of one of the most popular parks in the borough.

It is asking for residents’ feedback on plans for Finsbury Park, including proposals to lock the park at night, put in new cycle routes and install more CCTV cameras.

The council, which acts as custodian of the park, also wants to hear from residents of neighbouring boroughs Hackney and Islington.

Plans to boost security include locking the park at 11.30pm every night and opening it again at 7am, meaning people who go through the park on their way to work would need to find alternative routes.

Meanwhile, extra CCTV cameras could be put in to help the police detect and prevent crime.

The local authority is also considering measures to give police and council officers more powers to tackle antisocial behaviour and alcohol consumption.

A shake-up of traffic management includes proposals to reduce public car parking or stop it altogether, instead creating dedicated drop-off points and disabled spaces.

The council also wants people’s views on plans for two new cycle routes, one between Bowes Park and Farringdon and another between Tottenham Hale and Camden

Several of the measures have been proposed by the police and Transport for London, while others have been drawn up to support Haringey Council’s Borough Plan.

Kirsten Hearn, cabinet member for climate change and sustainability, said: “We will do all we can to ensure that we listen to your priorities, and that the legacy of the People’s Park that was created 150 years ago continues to deliver for now and generations to come.”

The consultation, which will run until September 2, is available here.