Wards Corner and Apex House

Haringey Council are committed to the regeneration of Seven Sisters and transforming Seven Sisters into the gateway to Tottenham.

Wards Corner

Grainger Seven Sisters have planning permission to redevelop the Wards Corner site. The development site includes all of the land between Tottenham High Road, Suffield Road, West Green Road and Seven Sisters Road. 

Seven Sisters regeneration

The scheme will redevelop the existing site into 196 residential units and 40,000 sq ft of retail space. The project will provide a new, purpose built, long term home for Seven Sisters Market and create a new focal point for the community.

Approved plans include:

  • 196 new homes
  • Retail for both national and local retail traders
  • A new market hall for Seven Sisters Market
  • One café or restaurant at first floor level
  • Two kiosks and a public space around the entrances to the tube station

To find out more about this development visit Seven Sisters regeneration (external link) or visit Haringey Council's online planning application page (external link) and enter reference HGY/2012/0915.

Apex House                                                                 

Haringey Council’s South Tottenham Customer Service Centre, Apex House, is proposed to be developed into mixed use housing and retail scheme of which 39% will be affordable.

Apex House site

Planning permission was granted in May 2016 to redevelop Apex house on Seven Sisters Road into 163 new homes and includes space for a new Seven Sisters Market and significant improvements to the streetscape.

The Customer Services Centre currently at Apex House is due to be relocated to Marcus Garvey Library at Tottenham Green in 2016.

To find out more about this proposed development visit Apex House development (external link) or visit Haringey Council's online planning application page (external link) and enter reference HGY/2015/2915.

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