Communities are what make neighbourhoods so special, and here are the latest stories about what’s been happening in the areas Anthology has made home.
We love volunteering our time to help the team with the variety of events and activities The Engine Room puts on and have recently been delighted to hear the team have welcomed Natalie from Korea who is working alongside them until next summer.
The Engine Room is a church, community centre, café, nursery and hub of support for both the Ferry Lane and Tottenham Hale estates. We recently caught up with Maria Joseph, Church Community Worker at The Engine Room to find out more about her role.
It’s safe to say we live in a truly digital era. A time where 4 out of 5 UK adults have a smartphone and an impressive 40% of millennials choose a travel destination based on its ‘Instagrammability’.
Whether you’re a local, first-time visitor or just passing by, Tottenham Hale is the place to be this Summer.
Making a difference in the communities we build in and supporting local business, charities and schools comes hand in hand for us when creating new homes across London.
There are so many reasons why we love Tottenham Hale, not only is it fast becoming one of London’s most desirable destinations, it also boasts some of the most beautiful scenery and green surroundings.
The fantastic work and support carried out by Bruce Grove Youth Space in Tottenham Hale is invaluable to young people in the area, which is why they’re one of our local community #LocalHeroes.
Located just moments away from our Hale Works development is the Engine Room, a fantastic community centre that serves Tottenham’s residents. Over the coming months, they are hosting a range of events, that we’re sure you’d love to take part in!