In 2014 the following investments and projects took place


February 2014

  • Tottenham welcomes HRH Prince Charles on his fourth visit to Tottenham since 2011
  • Tottenham’s Future consultation closes with over 3,700 responses


March 2014

  • Cabinet approval of Strategic Regeneration Framework and Tottenham’s Future consultation report published
  • Planning approval granted for TfL Tottenham Hale ‘landmark’ station upgrade
  • Tottenham Physical Development Framework by Arup published
  • Tottenham focus of breakfast talk at New London Architecture
  • Council’s first attendance at MIPIM (international property investment fair)
  • £50m Site Acquisitions Fund approved by the Council
  • West Green Road bridge art installation (funded by Arts Council and Council)


April 2014

  • The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London judged as good or outstanding across all areas, placing it amongst the highest-performing colleges in London
  • Planning approval of the first major hotel in Haringey at Tottenham Hale


May 2014

  • Work commences on West Green Road shop front improvements


June 2014

  • Launch of Tottenham Market on Tottenham Green for 6 weeks
  • Works at South Tottenham station commence including accessibility improvements


July 2014

  • First annual Tottenham conference, launching the 20 year vision for Tottenham within the Strategic Regeneration Framework and Delivery Plan
  • Launch of series of events for the Tottenham Summer Festival including musical performances and comedy workshops
  • Community engagement with local residents at Northumberland Park commences


Aug 2014

  • Broadwater Farm £18million Inclusive Learning Community centre opens
  • Timber framed pavilion ‘The Green Room’ opens on Tottenham Green for community use


Sept 2014

  • Tottenham UTC opens its doors specialising in Technology and Science for Sport, Health and Engineering. A joint collaboration between Spurs and Middlesex University.
  • West Green Road Shop front improvements (phrase 1) revealed
  • Green Fair hosted on Tottenham Green
  • Community engagement with local residents at Tottenham Hale around the new district centre commences
  • Harris Academy Tottenham opens with year 7 students (based at Chobham academy for one year)
  • The Community Hub, at the Grange, 32-34A White Hart Lane, N17 8AD opens.
  • Crowland Primary School in south Tottenham rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted previous in special measures in 2012


Oct 2014

  • Emilie Sande opens music studios for teenagers on Eade Road, Tottenham
  • Community First Fund supported by Haringey Council opens for submissions


Nov 2014

  • N17 Studio opens  - groundbreaking partnership between Haringey Council, John McAslan + Partners and College of Haringey, Enfield and North east London.
  • Tottenham Hale Bus Station complete and station re-opened
  • Tottenham Hale Gyratory improvements completed.


Dec 2014

  • Cabinet approval of High Road West masterplan proposing the regeneration of council owned Love Lane housing estate and land north of White Hart Lane including Peacock Industrial estate.
  • £100m secured for purchase of Apex House by Grainger
  • £1m for Regeneration of Northumberland Park from DCLG Transformation Challenge Award
  • Tottenham winter festival hosted on Tottenham Green
  • Pupils from Lancasterian, St Paul's and All Hallows, and St Francis de Sales schools visit Illustration House
  • £8million redevelopment of Fusion’s Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness, previously known as Tottenham Green Leisure Centre
  • Police contact point opens at Northumberland Park Sainsbury’s
  • Isobel Place and Tottenham Town Hall win a London Design Award
  • Shop fronts improvement programme, phase 2 commences
  • Community Hub, 163 Park Lane opens
  • Publication of Haringey Economic Development and Growth Strategy – A wide-ranging plan to drive economic growth in the borough by creating jobs in burgeoning industries and help thousands of people into work