Anthology given green light for Tottenham Hale development
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.
The carefully considered design by Hawkins Brown Architects has received approval from Haringey Council subject to referral to the Mayor of London.
Using funding from the Mayor’s Housing Zone Programme, Anthology acquired the land from Lee Valley Estates (LVE) in 2016 - the final component of the eleven-phase mixed use re-development of the area, creating over 50% affordable housing across the development. The Hale Village Project was named one of the best in Britain in 2016. Anthology’s plans have been supported by LVE throughout the process.
The housing will be a mix of private and affordable with the ground floor of the tower offering 12,500 sq ft of mixed commercial and employment space providing the local community with much needed enhanced amenities, such as new retail, a high quality public realm and improved access to Tottenham Hale station.
Anthology considers the prominent design of the tower will act as a landmark for Tottenham Hale and Hale Village, whilst simultaneously achieving the highest quality design and environmental standards.
Scott Bailey, Planning Director for Anthology, said: “Following a successful collaboration between Anthology and Haringey, we are thrilled to have secured approval for our ambitious Hale Works project. I would personally like to extend my thanks to our brilliant design team which has worked so hard to make this happen. This is a critical project for us, with the Hale Village masterplan having already been such a success to date. We are committed to giving something back to the local area and the work that LVE has done to build a community in Hale Village sets the foundations for Anthology to become part of a bigger neighbourhood.”
Cllr Alan Strickland, Haringey Council Cabinet Member for Housing, Regeneration and Planning said: “This is an important site in the Tottenham Hale housing zone and it’s great to see Anthology’s scheme move forward as it will create much needed homes and jobs and make an important contribution to the wider regeneration of the whole area.
“We are aiming to create at least 10,000 new homes and 5,000 new jobs in Tottenham in the next two decades. Tottenham Hale will play a big part in this aim offering a thriving new town centre with great places to live, work and shop, all within easy reach of central London.”
Michael Polledri, Founder and Chairman of Lee Valley Estates comments: “It is fantastic that the penultimate piece of the puzzle of the Hale Village project has been approved to be delivered by Anthology. A huge part of the regeneration’s success has been thanks to the partners, contractors and suppliers we have chosen to work with, so I am looking forward to welcoming Anthology’s Hale Works development, which will complement and enhance the Hale Village skyline.”
To find out more about Anthology’s latest project as it gets to work on its Hale Works homes, visit https://anthology.london/developments/hale-works