Argent Related has submitted proposals for its redevelopment of Tottenham Hale comprising 1,036 new homes, new retail spaces as well as co-working and office space.


The homes will be a mixture of affordable housing as well as market sale and rental properties. In addition the site will include a health centre serving 30,000 local people and two football pitches’ worth of-paved open space with seating.

The planning application encompasses five pieces of land earmarked for change, supporting Haringey Council’s vision of a new ‘district centre’ for the area. Argent Related has worked with AHMM, Alison Brooks Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards and Grant Associates on the scheme.

Tom Goodall, director at Argent Related is leading the project and said: “Tottenham is an inspiring part of London. Its street life, clusters of artists, adventurous young businesses, and the breadth of opinions, cultures and aspirations we have encountered have directly contributed to our proposals for Tottenham Hale.”

The proposals are likely to go before the London Borough of Haringey’s planning sub-committee later this year.

Argent Related formed a strategic development partnership with the London Borough of Haringey in 2016, with the remit of changing the existing road-bound central lands by the Tottenham Hale transport interchange.