Our work follows on from extensive consultation and engagement done by Haringey over the last few years to prepare the area for development. Find out more here.
Community Impact Group
Our CIG is a team dedicated to making sure people around High Road West benefit from regeneration that goes beyond bricks and buildings. The team is made up of: people living in the local area, the local youth council, Haringey Council, and the Lendlease engagement team. Their role is to invest £100,000 per year into the local area, over ten years.
Community, culture and sport
High Road West will deliver a range of exciting new community and cultural facilities for the people of Tottenham. These will include a network of new streets, squares, parks, children’s play areas and grow gardens that will help local people lead healthier lives. These spaces will be safe for all to use, and provide places to meet and rest for the local community, as well as places to enjoy and celebrate for sports fans visiting the new stadium. Public buildings will be provided to satisfy defined community needs including a new library, a community hub, and new cultural buildings.
We believe that High Road West can provide more than 2,500 high quality, sustainable homes, including 191 replacement homes for council residents living on the Love Lane estate and a range of other tenures to suit every income level, including affordable intermediate homes, private rental homes and open market sale homes. We will use initiatives such as help to buy to target local people and help first time buyers access the property ladder.
COMMERCIAL AND WORKSPACE
Building on the entrepreneurial history in Tottenham is a key part of our plans for High Road West. Our proposals will create more than 200,000 sq ft of commercial, retail and leisure space, across which some 500 people will be employed. During construction the project will see more than 3,300 people employed across the site and will make sure that a large proportion of these jobs go to local people. We will work with people who were previously unemployed to find vacancies with Lendlease and our supply chain. Local businesses will also benefit from a business support fund, part of which will be used to transform the shop fronts and help revitalise businesses on the high road.