UpdateA planning application has now been submitted to Haringey Council regarding the detailed design of the new bridge, which will connect Hale Wharf to neighbouring Hale Village.
Muse Developments and the Canal & River Trust are working in partnership (Waterside Places) on the redevelopment of Hale Wharf in Tottenham Hale. If you would like to register for updates on the Hale Wharf project, please make use of the sign-up form on this page.
BACKGROUND – ABOUT THE SITE
The Mayor of London has designated Tottenham as a Housing Zone. This will help it to benefit from part of approximately £2billion of new investment and development, supporting infrastructure improvements in and around Tottenham Hale.
Hale Wharf is situated within a ‘Growth Area’ as explained in the draft ‘Tottenham Area Action Plan’ issued by Haringey Council. It has been identified by the Council for a major mixed-use redevelopment to include housing and employment uses. It is well connected with local public transport, making it an ideal location for the development of new homes that will contribute towards the aims of the Housing Zone.
The redevelopment of Hale Wharf stands to benefit the local area in a number of ways:
- Creation of hundreds of much-needed quality new homes for Tottenham, in a range of sizes and styles, including affordable homes
- Provision of high quality rented homes in line with Council policy
- Maintenance (or growth) of the number of jobs currently on site
- Introduction of utilities services which the Stonebridge boater moorings will be able to link into
- Pedestrian links making access to Harris Academy (a 'through school') easier
- Generation of significant funding to support local infrastructure and community facilities
- Green development, linking into the low-carbon energy centre at Hale Village
- Facilitating much needed improvements to The Paddock
- Creation of an attractive new waterside public space for local people, unique within Tottenham Hale
- Long-term development management scheme maintaining the quality of new public spaces
- Furthers the Haringey Council’s Green Grid strategy, creating a pleasant green link for pedestrians and cyclists between the High Road and the Lee Valley Regional Park
- 50% of the profits from this development will go to the Canal & River Trust, to be reinvested in waterway improvements
GL Hearn is the community engagement advisor to Waterside Places on this project.
If you have any questions about the project, please feel free to contact us via one of the following options.
+44 (0)344 225 0003
Freepost RTHZ-AKZT-SABG GL Hearn Limited 280 High Holborn London WC1V 7EE
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