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.
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.
Tottenham residents are at a unique advantage when it comes to locating a good beer, with the likes of local brewery, Beavertown Brewery, providing the area and beyond with innovative and exclusive collection of ales and IPAs.
In the lead up to the festive season and to celebrate Tottenham Hale, Anthology was thrilled to work with local school, Ferry Lane Primary School, to create their very own bespoke 2018 annual calendar showcasing creations from pupils.
2017 has been a great year for us, and one of the real highlights for the team has been getting started on our newest project, Hale Works, in Tottenham Hale.
One of the organisations at the heart of the Tottenham community is The Engine Room which was formed as part of the Hale Village regeneration back in 2013.
We’re still getting to know our new home in Tottenham Hale, but we can already tell it is going to give some of the central London hotspots a run for their money when it comes to seasonal events.
We catch up with Leyla Laksari at an exciting time as LUOS reaches a key milestone of achieving their crowdsourcing target to create its vision of Tottenham Café Connect.
The Engine Room is at the centre of the Hale Village regeneration, providing residents with a safe and dynamic community space to live, learn and grow with one another.