Tottenham is changing. With major development already underway, north Tottenham is the latest phase of Tottenham’s Housing Zone – bringing thousands of new homes to support a fantastic sports and leisure for north London.
Tottenham Hotspur’s new 61,000-seater stadium will be London’s biggest club ground – with Premier League football, NFL games and major events broadcast across the world, alongside a bustling hotel and extreme sports centre.
This £650million investment will be a catalyst for change across north Tottenham. Through major redevelopment at our neighbouring High Road West development and the transformation of Northumberland Park, it will be London’s newest neighbourhood.
The development is supported by a new Crossrail 2 station and a quadrupling of National Rail services to Stratford.
High Road West will deliver:
- Between 1,400-2,000 new homes around a landmark public square
- The £14million redevelopment of London Overground’s White Hart Lane Station, with better train services, facilities and a new station entrance
- An 11ha regeneration area with a large, modern park and new community facilities
- New, flexible workspace providing a better range of shops and support for start-up businesses
Find out more about High Road West.
Tottenham Hale is London’s next great neighbourhood. It is the first phase of the Tottenham Housing Zone, which will see a new town centre formed with new connections to the Lee Valley Regional Park, an international transport hub and residential quarter with 30 hectares of development and investment opportunities.
The Hale is fast becoming north London’s focus for new residential and commercial investment. Phase 1 of the Tottenham Housing Zone will see the accelerated delivery of 5,000 new homes in Tottenham Hale, including:
- Hale Station Development – up to 190 residential units at a landmark location
- Heart of the new District Centre Square West – 600 new homes alongside major new commercial development
- Ashley Road South – Home to the new National College for Digital Skills, with 450 new homes and workspace overlooking the park
- Hale Wharf – up to 400 high-quality homes with fantastic waterside living
- Welbourne – a signature development of 180 new residential units and new health facilities
- Tottenham Retail Park – 1,000 new homes, new streets and major retail facilities
Find out more about Tottenham Hale.
Seven Sisters’ story is at least 600 years old. Legend has it that the seven sisters were due to part ways, and so each planted seven elms to leave a lasting legacy to their family.
That legacy is now Tottenham’s southern gateway, boasting well-connected Tube, Overground and bus services and a welcoming place to do business and socialise through day and night.
Seven Sisters is starting to deliver its potential, with Bellway’s Lawrence Road scheme on site bringing more than 260 new homes.
Grainger’s Seven Sisters Regeneration Scheme plans for 40,000 sq ft of first-class retail development and hundreds of new homes. With planning permission for a major mixed-use scheme on the Apex House site, Seven Sisters is the place to invest in now.
Find out more about Seven Sisters.