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.
Seven Sisters Road is one of North London’s most iconic streets, with almost two miles of hustle and bustle stretching all the way from South Tottenham down to Holloway, it’s a real melting pot of culture with plenty going on.
Treat yourself to a month of food, comedy and culture this May in our new favourite haunt – Tottenham Hale.
This month, we are delighted to be sponsoring a class of pupils from Ferry Lane Primary School to attend an upcoming theatre production to experience the wonderful world of theatre
Here at Anthology, we are very excited to be part of Tottenham Hale’s bustling community, as the area continues to benefit from ongoing regeneration.
As we get to know our new surroundings in Hale Village, we took the opportunity to sit down with Michael Polledri, the Founder and Chairman of Lee Valley Estates, who has designed and implemented the Hale Village regeneration project.
With Veganuary and Februdairy well behind us, many of us will be struggling to think of a clever pun for carrying our plant-based resolutions in to March…
Find out more about what we discovered when we went digging for STYX and stones about one of Tottenham Hale’s most loved venues, with Felix Mortimer, Managing Director…
London residential developer Anthology has secured approval on plans for a landmark, 32 storey mixed-use tower of 279 homes and mixed commercial uses within the award-winning Hale Village regeneration project.