Haringey - A place of great opportunity

View from Alexandra PalaceHaringey is a place of great opportunity, with enormous potential for growth - a growing economy, more and better housing and flourishing communities. We are part of one of the world’s greatest cities and benefit hugely from that – but more than this we believe with our potential for growth, we are the future of London.

The borough is already home to institutions including Tottenham Hotspur and Alexandra Palace, the waterfront and open spaces of the Lee Valley Regional Park, Muswell Hill’s village atmosphere and Green Lanes’ multicultural buzz, and is also well connected with fast transport links into central London and to the M11 corridor.

Future development is backed by investments from the council, the Greater London Authority and private funding.

Tottenham is the next chapter of London’s regeneration story. It’s one of the first of the Mayor’s flagship housing zones and is already seeing the benefit of more than £1billion of public and private investment to transform the area. Our aim is to deliver at least 10,000 new homes and 5,000 new jobs by 2025.

And that’s not all. Across Haringey, huge infrastructure improvements such as proposals for a number of new Crossrail 2 stations which would unlock more regeneration opportunities across the borough.

In Wood Green we want to revitalise and refresh the town centre, build 7,700 new homes that current and future residents can afford, create 4,000 jobs and make Wood Green one the best places to shop, eat and drink in London. We are creating a detailed regeneration plan for Wood Green that will fulfil the area’s potential and secure the investment needed to make this happen.

Regeneration areas

In this section you will find information on the improvements taking place in Haringey - including Tottenham and Wood Green.

Page Last Updated:

3 July 2018

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