A peaceful, waterside habitat for people and nature

Delivered by
Waterside Places
Location
London
Use
Private Sector / Residential / Affordable / Build to Rent / Infrastructure / Mixed Use / Public Space

A connected community

Hale Wharf has transformed a forgotten waterside area in Tottenham, creating hundreds of new homes including affordable homes, and opening up new public spaces and walking routes for the community.

A brand-new public bridge has connected local neighbourhoods, providing easier access to transport routes and creating new attractive waterside spaces for everyone to enjoy healthier routines.

An urban, waterside spot for everyone

We’ve made the most of the waterside location, with floating reed beds, green walkways, and improved access for commercial barges. Tottenham Hale is one of the Mayor of London’s priority Housing Zones, meaning Hale Wharf is making an important contribution to the city’s housing supply.

In numbers

£million

Value

New homes

Pedestrian bridge

Years in duration

Partners

Hale Wharf has been delivered by Waterside Places in partnership with Haringey Council and the Mayor of London. Grainger plc the UK’s largest professional landlord, funded phase one at Hale Wharf and has since acquired a further 65 built to rent homes.

Our Partners

Location

Hale Wharf, Tottenham Hale

Ferry Ln, London N17 9NF
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