The scheme will deliver

  • More than 2,500 high quality homes, including minimum of 875 affordable homes
  • 500 of these will be new council homes managed by Homes for Haringey, meeting the aspirations of the Resident Charter agreed with local residents
  • A cutting edge new library and learning centre
  • A refurbished community hub with new facilities at the Grange
  • A new civic square for community activities and cultural events, flanked by new shops, restaurants and cafes
  • New green spaces including gardens, children’s play area and outdoor gym
  • More than £10million social and economic support for businesses and residents
  • Investment in the town centre and community events
  • Thousands of construction jobs and hundreds of new jobs following development
  • A new industrial space to support businesses from the existing Peacock Industrial Estate
  • A new district energy centre

Where is the High Road West area?

The High Road West area is broadly between Tottenham High Road and the railway line (White Hart Lane Station), running from Brereton Road in the south to the former Sainsburys site in the north. 

Who is affected?

To build a better High Road West and bring the changes you’ve told us you want to see, the High Road West Masterplan sets out how a number of properties would need to be acquired and demolished to allow for new high-quality homes, improved community and leisure facilities and plenty of open space.

The following properties are affected:

  • The Love Lane Estate: 297 properties on the Love Lane Estate would be demolished, including: Ermine House, Charles House, Moselle House, 2-32 Whitehall Street, 3-89 Whitehall Street, 4-18 Brereton Road, 2-28 Orchard Place, 9-39 White Hart Lane, and Kathleen Ferrier Court.
  • 731- 759 Tottenham High Road
  • Businesses in Peacock Industrial Estate, Chapel Place, the Carberry Enterprise Centre, the Goodsyard and businesses on the old Sainsbury’s site

The masterplan aims to retain as many High Road properties as possible. However, some properties would be demolished to ensure that improved community facilities, modern retail units and new homes can be delivered. Haringey Council aims to relocate businesses within the borough and will be working with each individual business to find a solution, while the Re-housing Team will be working with residents to help them find suitable alternative accommodation.

HIGH ROAD WEST MASTERPLAN

The High Road West masterplan has been developed through extensive consultation with residents and the wider community since 2013.  Please see the Consultations page for more information.

The regeneration proposals and plans for High Road West were approved by  Haringey Council’s Cabinet in December 2014. The Council then appointed planning and design experts Arup to produce the High Road West Masterplan. This was a technical document and acted as a starting point for the development of the area, to be progressed further. It shows potential street layouts, public spaces, amount of housing and where key buildings could be. A link to the Arup Masterplan can be found at the bottom of this page.

In 2017, the Council appointed Lendlease as the Council’s development partner and since then the scheme has been further progressed to build on the masterplan. The Council and Lendlease spoke to the community about the revised proposals in 2018, and will be reaching out again across 2021 to hear the views of residents, businesses and people who visit the area to get their views on the evolving masterplan.

To find out all the latest updates on the HRW scheme visit www.highroadwest.london (external link).

Lendlease appointed as development partner

The Council and Lendlease are working together to deliver High Road West and the community’s aspirations for the area.

As noted above, Lendlease were appointed as the development partner for High Road West following a 12-month procurement process. View the report agreed by Cabinet on 12 September 2017 here (external link)

Residents from the Love Lane estate played a key participative role throughout this process and a residents Design Panel was set up, working with the ITLA Damian Tissier. The Panel produced a design guide for the scheme, based on the principals of the Love Lane Residents Charter.

Representatives from the Design Panel, along with the chair of the Love Lane Residents Association, formed part of the residents Procurement Team who met with all the potential partners. The team of residents presented their plans including; what the new homes could look like, the specification for the new Library and Learning Centre and discussed the wider social, economic and community benefits.  Their feedback helped inform the partners proposals and the final submission from Lendlease.

You can view the Development Agreement here (PDF, 784KB). Please note some parts of this documment are redacted for legal or financial reasons.

NEXT STEPS

In the coming months, we will be engaging with local people on the evolving High Road West Masterplan, and consult Love Lane Estate residents on their housing offer.

Then later in 2021, there will be a resident ballot on the Love Lane Estate where residents will decide if they want the regeneration to go ahead. For more information please visit our dedicated ballot webpage.

Supporting documents

High Road West Masterplan (2014):

Please note this is a very large file and may take a while to download.

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