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AHMM, Alison Brooks and PTE win approval for £500m Tottenham Hale scheme

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AHMM, Alison Brooks Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards and RUFF architects have won the go-ahead for a major mixed-use development in north London

The estimated £500 million project in Tottenham Hale, for developer Argent Related, will develop five sites around the station and deliver 1,030 new homes. 

The scheme will also deliver around 20 shops, a three-screen cinema, 1,040m² of co‐working and office space, and a 1,580 m² health centre that will serve 30,000 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. RUFF architects is working on a pavilion project within the scheme.

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

Tom Goodall, director at Argent Related, said: ’Over 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’re very pleased the council and local people have put their trust in [us] 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 2019 with the first new homes completing by the end of 2020.

Project data

Tender date Spring 2019
Start on site date Summer 2019
Completion date All sites 2023
Client Argent Related
Architect AHMM, Alison Brooks Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards, RUFF architects
Landscape architect Grants, Adams + Sutherland
Planning consultant Quod
Lighting consultant Speirs + Major

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