Haringey Borough Council has begun its search for a development partner on its £150m revamp of Hornsey Town Hall.
The council will look to appoint a development partner to restore the town hall and regenerate the surrounding area in Crouch End, north London, according to a Prior Information Notice.
The town hall is Grade II*-listed and is on English Heritage’s Buildings at Risk register.
The site also includes a Grade II-listed town hall annex, along with a number of ancillary buildings, a public square and a cleared development site covering 3,622 sq m.
Planning consent is in place to redevelop this site into a mixed-use development complete with 123 new homes.
This consent also links the development of land at the rear of the town hall to the refurbishment of the town hall itself.
In total, the development of the town hall and adjacent site could be worth between £100m and £150m.
Haringey will require public access and use of the town hall to be maintained during the work.
According to OJEU documents, the council plans to issue a contract notice for the project “within the next four weeks”.
In March, Haringey Council announced it was moving forward with proposals to form a joint venture with Hermes Real Estate and Argent.
The JV will be formed to help deliver a new district centre in Tottenham Hale, which could join together enough land to provide 2,000 new homes.