The fastest rate of economic growth is happening outside of central London. According to research by Bilfinger GVA, Haringey will see an incredible 23% increase in jobs by 2036 – nearly double that in Zone One.
Uniquely positioned between world-leading firms like Google at King’s Cross, Europe’s largest tech cluster in Cambridge and global gateway Stansted Airport, it’s no surprise our ambitious regeneration programme and greater access to affordable office space mean that growth in Haringey will outstrip anywhere else in the capital.
With a proud history of being London’s home of manufacturing, Tottenham is already seeing a new generation of makers take advantage of our borough’s boom to set up shop.
Among the highlights of Tottenham’s burgeoning maker economy are:
- Redemption Brewery and Beavertown Brewery – producing some of the UK’s finest award-winning craft beer to London and beyond
- Wildes Cheese – the capital’s only artisan cheese maker, and officially voted London’s favourite cheese
- Kashket & Partners – official manufacturer of coats and uniforms to Her Majesty the Queen, military outfits and even Royal wedding uniforms
High-end textile companies, media and production facilities and groundbreaking not-for-profit restaurants are already taking advantage of Haringey Council’s Opportunity Investment Fund – which offers loans and grants to renovate disused workspace and help start-ups move to Tottenham.
Tottenham’s business base is growing all the time – be part of London’s fastest growing economy.