Significant change is underway in Tottenham Hale to realise the community's ambition for a new centre for Tottenham Hale, new housing, new jobs, improved streets, and green and open spaces.
Developments planned or underway
The Welbourne Centre site will create 131 council owned homes with a mix of one, two and three bedroom flats arranged over three blocks and sixteen storeys, a raised landscaped courtyard and roof terrace for all residents and a new health centre which will serve up to 30,000 local people. The scheme will be largely car-free, with cycle bays for residents and health centre users to encourage cycling and promote the use of public transport.
A twenty-two storey residential development in the centre of Tottenham Hale. The development will deliver 128 new homes, of which 91% are available as shared ownership, with a priority for local Haringey residents.
A predominantly residential development, providing a mix of affordable and market family housing, with a range of tenure options and sizes. The development will have 374 homes, along with amenity facilities and public realm, including a new link between Ashley Road and Down Lane Park.
1 Ashley Road
98 new homes with a mix of one, two and three bedroom flats arranged over fourteen storeys in two blocks, including a roof terrace with children’s play area for residents, space for retail on the ground floor of the building, a public courtyard within its centre and a courtyard with car parking and cycle parking.
2 Ashley Road
183 new homes arranged over nineteen and thirteen storeys (including the Ground Floor) connected by a five storey central block on the southern side, new spaces for shops and leisure and a first-floor podium garden for residents, creating a connection with the public realm.
A mixed-use development at the former Berol Pencil Factory on Ashley Road. The development will also deliver over 160 new homes and will refurbish the existing Berol House to create a range of workspaces.
Three new buildings will be built on the Island sites, which will include over 600 new homes – including a mix of market and rental apartments, a new open space at the heart of Tottenham Hale, space on the ground floors for new restaurants, cafes and shops.
These will face onto the new public space with over 800 on-site cycle bays and a new pedestrian-friendly, east-west connection which improves the links with Tottenham Hale station, away from busy roads.
Ashley House & Cannon Factory - Notting Hill Housing
For information on this scheme please visit www.nhhg.org.uk (external link)
Hale Works will consist of a 32 storey mixed-use tower of 279 homes and mixed commercial uses.
Muse Developments and the Canal & River Trust are working in a partnership (known as Waterside Places) to redevelop Hale Wharf in Tottenham Hale.
Up to 505 new homes (35% of which will be affordable tenures) are being created at Hale Wharf, in high-quality and robust brick-built buildings, the designs of which have been influenced by canal-side wharf buildings in other parts of London.
Report an issue
Tottenham Hale will undergo an unprecedented amount of development activity over the next decade. Construction is currently underway on a number of sites, with more to come.
All the development partners and their contractors are working closely with Haringey Council. Together we want to minimise the impacts of construction work on the local community and the local environment.
In order to do this successfully we need you, the local community, to get involved. We are asking you flag any construction issues on our interactive map.
This could potentially be things like dirty roads, out-of-hours construction work or lorries waiting in places you don't they should.
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