The Haringey Community Infrastructure Levy came into effect on 1 November 2014.

Seven Sisters Regeneration

What's the latest on the redevelopment of Seven Sisters?

The regeneration of Seven Sisters and the redevelopment of the Wards Corner site has been a strategic priority for Haringey Council for a number of years. In 2004 Haringey Council adopted a planning brief for Wards Corner and Seven Sisters Underground in order to help facilitate the redevelopment of the Wards Corner site and the wider regeneration of the area.

In addition to this The Bridge New Deal for Communities and Haringey Council selected Grainger PLC as a development partner to bring forward proposals for the redevelopment of the Wards Corner Site. Following a series of public consultation exercises a planning application was submitted by Grainger to Haringey Council in February 2008.

Haringey Council granted planning consent for the redevelopment of the Wards Corner site on 24 December 2008. However this consent was subject to a Judicial Review of the decision in June 2009 at the High Court and subsequently the Court of Appeal in May 2010.

On the 22 June 2010 the Court of Appeal allowed the appeal made against the decision of the High Court and the Planning permission was quashed.

In 2011 the application was re-determined but was refused by the Planning Sub-Committee. A new application was submitted in May 2012 and is currently under consideration.

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What happens Now?

The Council as Local Planning Authority will consider the latest scheme against planning policy.

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The Current Planning Application

If you would like to view the current planning application you can do this by visiting our online planning application page and enter the following planning application number HGY/2012/0915.

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