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AHMM, Alison Brooks and PTE submit plans for major Tottenham Hale scheme


AHMM, Alison Brooks Architects and Pollard Thomas Edwards have submitted plans for a major mixed-use development in north London

The project in Tottenham Hale, for developer Argent Related, will develop five sites around the station and deliver 1,036 new homes. 

The scheme will also deliver 15 retail spaces and a three-screen cinema, 1,040m² co‐working and office space and a 1,580 m² health centre that will serve 30,000 local people.

The Ferry Island and North Island sites will be designed by AHMM; Ashley Road East by Alison Brooks Architects; while PTE is drawing up plans for Welbourne and Ashley Road West.

The Tottenham Hale scheme is the result of a strategic development partnership (SDP) formed in 2016 between Haringey Council and Argent Related, itself a pairing of King’s Cross developer Argent and US real estate firm Related. 

The SDP will also kick-start the overhaul of Tottenham Hale station, which is undergoing £20 million of improvements, including a new ‘landmark’ entrance. 

The proposals will be heard by Haringey planning committee later this year.

Earlier this month the council voted to axe the Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV), a £2 billion joint venture with developer Lendlease.

Closer aerial view of argents tottenham hale scheme 2018

Closer aerial view of argents tottenham hale scheme 2018


Readers' comments (2)

  • Phil Parker

    What a dire set of proposals.

    One wonders sometimes what is sucking the life out of architecture but when I view the proposals by AHMM and 'friends' I see it is architects who are the culprits.

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  • This SDP is just one element of the Lee Valley regeneration; overhaul of the station includes an additional platform, with extra tracks from the recently revived Lea Bridge station - north of Stratford - north through Tottenham Hale and Northumberland Park to the new station at the Meridian Water development area, to enable greatly improved higher frequency transport links for this stretch of the Lee Valley.

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