Muse Developments and the Canal & River Trust are working in a partnership (known as Waterside Places) to redevelop Hale Wharf in Tottenham Hale.
Hale Wharf is located to the north of the A503, Ferry Lane, bordered on two sides by the Lee Navigation and one of its relief channels. It is an important brownfield regeneration site within the Tottenham Housing Zone, identified for a major redevelopment within the Tottenham Area Action Plan.
Up to 505 new homes (35% of which will be affordable tenures) are being created at Hale Wharf, in high-quality and robust brick-built buildings, the designs of which have been influenced by canal-side wharf buildings which are much-loved elsewhere in London.
The redevelopment of the site will replace the underused and unattractive sheds and concrete hardstanding currently on the site. There will be a marked increase in the amount of green and landscaped space compared to now, and new connections will be created out to the Lee Valley Regional Park.
Construction on site is expected to begin early in 2018.
The development has these additional objectives:
- To maintain (or growth) of the number of jobs currently on site
- The introduction of utilities services which the Stonebridge boater moorings will be able to link into
- The creation of pedestrian links, making access to the Harris Academy easier
- Funding to support local infrastructure and community facilities
- Hale Wharf aims to be a green development, linking into the low-carbon energy centre at Hale Village
- It will bring much-needed improvements to The Paddock
- The creation of a new waterside public space for local people
- 50% of the profits will go to the Canal & River Trust, to be reinvested in waterway improvements.
GL Hearn is the community engagement advisor to Waterside Places on this project. If you have any questions about the project, please feel free to contact GL Hearn via one of the following channels:
Phone: +44 (0)344 225 0003
GL Hearn Limited
280 High Holborn
London WC1V 7EE
You can also find out more about the project on the dedicated microsite http://www.hale-wharf.co.uk/