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Make bags planning for Hornsey gasholders overhaul

Make Architects has landed outline planning permission for its £250 million Hornsey Gas Works redevelopment scheme in north London

Dubbed Clarendon Square, the residential-led mixed use project for National Grid Property and the London Development Agency aims to create 1,080 new homes on a brownfield site.

Stuart Blower, Make partner, said: ‘Extensive stakeholder consultation has been undertaken and we are thrilled to be a step closer to realising the vision of a residential-led scheme with quality open space, including a major new public square.’

London Development Agency director of development Stephen Kennard added: ‘Clarendon Square has the potential to create an exciting new community hub, with a thousand new homes around a new public square. This decision will mean we can now move to the next stage and begin to find a developer for this former industrial site.’

The London Borough of Haringey’s outline planning consent is subject to signing a section 106 agreement with National Grid Property and the London Development Agency.

Make Architects' Clarendon Square scheme in Hornsey, London

Make Architects’ Clarendon Square scheme in Hornsey, London


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