A major regeneration
scheme for Tottenham Hale could see it become the next cool London neighbourhood, the Londonist blog
Argent Related’s redevelopment
is being described as a new ‘district centre’. It encompasses five plots of
land close to Tottenham Hale station. Six new buildings in the scheme will
deliver 1,030 new homes – a mix of affordable, market sale and rental.
The scheme includes public
spaces and what is described as a ‘ground floor experience’ at its core. This
will include 15 new retail spaces, co-working and office space, a health centre
serving 30,000 local people plus paved open space with seating and tree
The London Borough of Haringey granted consent for the scheme at the end of last year. Construction could begin later this year with the first new homes being completed by the end of 2020.
It’s perhaps fair to say that Tottenham Hale suffers from something of an image problem, although it has much going for it – including excellent accessibility. Argent can claim responsibility for some major redevelopment schemes which have totally transformed areas including that around King’s Cross. So it would not be unreasonable to assume this scheme will have a similar impact on Tottenham Hale.