BUSINESS LOANS

  • Want to move your business to Tottenham?
  • Looking to expand your business already operating in Tottenham?
  • Passionate about employing local people and providing them with first class training?

WE CAN HELP YOU!

The Opportunity Investment Fund (OIF) is a £3.67m programme to enable investment in workspace and employment projects for small businesses in Tottenham. The fund is jointly provided by Haringey Council and the Mayor of London.

The Opportunity Investment Fund has already given a wide range of businesses the chance to showcase their products and services at the next level. Could you be next?

Roller Nation

What is thought to be the only custom-built roller skating venue in the country is coming to Tottenham. Nearly 100 years ago the majestic space in Bruce Grove was a cinema but now Tony Askew and David French are transforming it into a mecca for roller lovers everywhere. Read more... 

Five Miles

Five Miles (external link) is a brand new bar, club and brewery in Seven Sisters. Five Miles is owned by Mark Hislop, Mark Shaffer, Deano Jo and Luke Smith. The Opportunity Investment Fund has helped them fund the build and equipment. Read more...

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The detail

Why Tottenham?

Tottenham is an attractive and affordable proposition for both operators and tenants being priced out of workspace locations in Hackney and the City. The urban character and property stock is compatible with space requirements and aspirations that many creative operators are looking for.

Who should apply?

The fund is open to both existing businesses and start-ups.

We are interested in businesses that want to grow, as well as new industry and activity in Haringey that will create high quality employment with good opportunities for career progression.

We want the Opportunity Investment Fund to show off Tottenham’s finest and celebrate businesses, giving them the opportunity to showcase their products and services.

Contact us at tottenhamregeneration@haringey.gov.uk for more information.

 

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