Haringey Council’s Housing Zone bid won backing from the Mayor of London with the proposals being approved on Friday 20 February 2015.
The proposals will bring a range of new quality housing – including private and affordable rent, affordable and shared home ownership and general sale. The Housing Zone will initially focus on Tottenham Hale, with approximately 2,000 new homes to be built, and an ambition for 50 per cent of those to be affordable homes.
Alongside the new homes will come almost £45million investment in unlocking sites for development and creating a modern district centre, with fantastic transport links, new bridge access to the beautiful Lee Valley Regional Park, new public spaces, shops and restaurants, and new employment opportunities.
To find out more about the Housing Zones visit the Greater London Authority's website (external link).