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Argent submits 1,000-home Tottenham Hale plans

Argent has submitted plans for a 1,036-home development in Tottenham Hale to Haringey Council.

Spread over five plots of land, Argent’s proposals also feature 15 new retail spaces, office space and a health centre.

Argent said the proposals were likely to go before the council’s planning sub-committee later this year.

The developer signed a strategic development partnership agreement with the local authority for the area’s five-year redevelopment in 2016.

Tottenham Hale station, located close to the proposed sites, is currently undergoing a £30m upgrade and has been mooted as a stop for Crossrail 2.

The scheme is being developed the Argent Related, a joint venture company comprising Argent and US real estate group Related that specialises in urban regeneration.

Argent Related lead director on the project Tom Goodall 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.”

Haringey Council cancelled its £2bn regeneration deal with Lendlease last month claiming that the agreement did not provide the answer to the “challenges faced by the council”.

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