Community feedback is important to us. We held a series of events between 2014 - 2016, in Tottenham Hale. The engagement activities included information days, workshops and drop-in sessions to ensure local residents were fully involved in the plans for Tottenham Hale. The conversations and feedback from these events have guided the plans as they develop.  More detail on these plans is explained in the About Tottenham Hale section.

September 2016

On Saturday 3 September and Tuesday 6 September Haringey Council and Newlon Housing Trust organised a series of engagement events with the Chesnut estate residents to present the future scheme of Monument Way to residents and receive their feedback. The Newlon Housing proposal is to build 54 units with affordable rent into 3 buildings facing the realigned Fairbanks Road. The wall between Fairbanks Road and Monument Way will be rebuilt towards Monument Way and allowing for connections through the wall.

Haringey Council presented the results from the recently commissioned parking study and asked Chesnut estate residents about their experience of parking in the estate.   

The event feedback report can be downloaded below:

November 2015

On Thursday 26 November and Saturday 28 November Haringey Council held drop-in events and workshops at Down Lane Park bowling pavilion, N17 9EY. The sessions ran from 12noon to 4pm on Thursday 26 November and 11am to 4pm on Saturday 28 November.

The exhibition showcased ideas for how the physical environment around Tottenham Hale could be improved including streets, open spaces and parks and the workshops focussed on Down Lane Park, Chesnut Road and the Paddock.

All the information displayed on the day can be downloaded below.

Exhibition boards

To review the exhibition boards please click on the headings below.

Information sheets

To review the information sheets please click on the headings below.

June 2015

The June Tottenham Hale Information days took place between 11-13 June 2015. The activities included:

  • An exhibition of new housing plans and streets and spaces improvement
  • The Tottenham Hale model
  • Walking and cycle tours around the area
  • Free exercise classes

 Our roaming regeneration exhibition visited The Engine Room on Thursday 11 June and 5 Ashley Road, home to Rift Theatre on Friday 12 June and Saturday 13 June. Almost 200 people came along to ask questions and give their feedback.


To review the exhibition boards please click on the headings below.

March 2015

On Saturday 28 March we held a Tottenham Hale information day at the Engine Room, Hale Village between 10am-4pm. Residents were able to find out more about regeneration plans and proposals through a mini exhibition and three guided walking tours of green spaces, creative businesses and Hale Village took place throughout the day.

Read the full feedback from the Tottenham Hale Information day (PDF, 5MB)


 To review the exhibition boards please click on the headings below.

Walking tours

Tottenham Hale is an exciting place and as part of the community day we wanted to connect the community with some of the area's hidden gems. Three tours took place throughout the day.

  1. Exploring Tottenham Hale’s Green Spaces
    The green space tour visited a number of open spaces in Tottenham Hale including the play space at Hale Village, Living Under One Sun’s community allotment at East Hale Allotments, Tottenham Marshes and Down Lane Park. Green Spaces walk and talk (PDF, 1MB)
  2. Discover the creative side of Tottenham Hale
    The creative space tour was led by Nick Hartwright of the Mill Co Project, a social enterprise scheme providing affordable workspaces where independent artists can work together and collaborate. The tour visited ‘The Depot’ which is home to award winning theatre company RIFT and finished at The Mill Co Project in Gaunson House, Markfield Road. Creative Spaces walk and talk (PDF, 593KB)
  3. Behind the scenes at Hale Village
    The tour of Hale Village was led by Lee Valley Estates. The walk complimented the information exhibition at the Engine Room and gave residents an opportunity to see the different plans the council is developing for the Tottenham Hale area - including the District Centre Framework, the Retail Park and station area public area improvements. Hale Village walk and talk (PDF, 1MB)

October 2014

In October 2014, Haringey Council together with planning and urban design experts Allies and Morrison held four workshops on proposals for a new centre at Tottenham Hale. These focussed on:

  • Two open community sessions on the future centre at Unite, Lebus Street, Hale Village, on 30 September 2014 between 1pm and 3pm and 7pm and 9pm
  • A local business session at Gaunson House, Markfield Road, on 1 October 2014 between 6.30pm and 8.30pm
  • A Chesnut estate session at Holy Trinity Primary School, Somerset Road, on 8 October 2014 between 7pm and 9pm

More than 100 people attended the events, representing a range of interests, from residents associations, to local businesses. The four sessions all differed in the issues discussed and the key messages which emerged.

Throughout 2014 and 2015 a series of events were held throughout Tottenham Hale from information days to workshops and drop-in sessions to ensure local residents were fully involved in the plans for Tottenham Hale. The conversations and feedback from these events have guided all the plans as they have developed.


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