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  • Land regeneration: Haringey Heartlands - A scheme to provide 1,000 new homes for the London Borough of Haringey
    • Project description

    • In September 2011, National Grid was granted planning permission to redevelop its derelict Clarenden Gas Works Haringey Heartlands site.

      Plans for a high quality residential-led scheme would provide around 1,000 new homes for the borough, business space, offices, shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as attractive new public spaces and landscaping features. Up to 200 much-needed affordable homes are included within the plans.

      The proposals would rejuvenate an important part of the borough and feature prominently in Haringey Council’s regeneration goals.

      In parallel to the required enabling works, National Grid will seek a development partner to take the site forward and build the first of many vital new homes for Haringey.
    • Latest update

    • We are currently applying for a Section 73 application to be submitted to the London Borough of Haringey. We are making this application because the current planning permission does not allow the enabling works to take place without triggering the implementation of the overall development at a time when we are not ready to do so.

      Our Section 73 agreement would allow us to begin preparing the site for development by removing the existing gasholders and performing other enabling works. To be clear though, the works within the Section 73 application are already approved by the existing planning permission.

    • Further information

    • More information on this project can be found on our dedicated Haringey Heartlands project website.