Haringey has secured almost £3.9m from the latest round of the government’s Brownfield Land Release Fund will support the building of up to 475 homes across two sites in Tottenham.
£2.45m will help transform Ashley Road Depot into a zero-carbon development expected to deliver 275 homes, the majority let at council rents.
The current proposal is for 60 per cent of the accommodation at the eco-friendly development to be council homes, with 65 per cent of these made up of three-bedroom properties.
The new homes will benefit from lots of open space thanks to the major improvements planned for Down Lane Park.
A mixed-use development at Gourley Triangle with new workspaces, employment opportunities and around 200 homes, will be delivered by the council with the help from a successful bid for £1.43m.
Investment at Gourley Triangle will support the Council’s Community Wealth Building agenda and support the borough’s economic recovery through providing new workspaces and employment opportunities.
Local people and businesses will be encouraged to participate in the design stage with a focus on including under-represented groups and young people in the engagement process.
This is part of our programme of building more than 3000 houses over the next ten years.