Go-ahead for Tottenham Hale regeneration.


Permission granted for community-centric scheme.

The London Borough of Haringey has granted permission for a transformational regeneration scheme in Tottenham Hale to move forward. The six-year development project will give Tottenham Hale the reinvigorated district centre it deserves, creating a welcoming, pedestrian-friendly heart.

Developer, Argent Related will deliver 1,030 new homes across five pieces of land adjacent to Tottenham Hale’s rail, London Underground, and bus stations.

Spanning six new buildings, the scheme will create a mix of affordable tenures, including a large proportion of Council-owned social rented housing, market sale and rental.

Further to this, there’ll be up to 20 new retail units; co-working and office spaces; a health centre that serves 20,000 local people, and more than two football pitches’ worth of new open public space.

Permission granted.

We are proud to have worked as part of an excellent design team to support Argent Related in achieving this milestone. Our Building Physics and Security teams relished the unique challenges the development presented. In awarding consent, the London Borough of Haringey has recognised the team’s efforts to deliver Argent Related’s vision for a reinvigorated district centre.

Tom Goodall, Director at Argent Related, says: “During the last three years we have got to know Tottenham as a place with ambition and creativity, with a distinctive history, sense of pride and integrity. We are very pleased the Council and local people have put their trust in Argent Related to deliver the physical change Tottenham Hale deserves and we look forward to delivering on our promises. As well as building homes – including a significant amount the Council will own and manage as much-needed social rented housing – our development will bring with it high-quality new public spaces, places for a local economy to grow, and hundreds of new jobs.”

Construction could begin in Summer next year, with the first new homes being complete by the end of 2020.