Tottenham is changing.
With the help of more than 3,700 local people, Haringey Council drew up a 20-year plan to improve the lives of those who live and work here – and create a thriving area with excellent facilities.
By 2025, they want to create thousands of jobs and new homes. In addition, improvements to transport facilities, schools, sports amenities, public spaces
and the general appearance of local streets are also planned.
The regeneration will focus on several main hubs in the area, with the idea that these will lead to further improvements. Their focal points are Seven Sisters Underground Station, Tottenham Green, Bruce Grove and Tottenham Hale Station, as well as the 20-acre Northumberland Park site where the Spurs’ new £430 million football stadium is already underway.
It means the entire area is going to be cleaner, more attractive and more thriving. It’s good for Tottenham, and good for you.
BY 2025, TOTTENHAM WILL HAVE THOUSANDS OF NEW HIGH-QUALITY HOMES AND NEW JOBS, WITH NEW EMPLOYMENT AND COMMERCIAL SPACE ADDED. IT HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BE LONDON’S NEXT BIG GROWTH OPPORTUNITY.