Welcome to our website for the redevelopment of Clarendon Gasholders and Olympia Trading Estate at the Haringey Heartlands.
Haringey Council’s Planning Sub-Committee has resolved to grant planning permission for the new St William masterplan for the site, subject to completion of a Section 106 Legal Agreement and referral to the Mayor of London.
As you may be aware, the site had a historic planning consent for over 1,050 homes, granted in 2012, but conceived back in 2009. ‘Reserved Matters’ consents were then secured to provide detail on certain elements of that masterplan, such as landscaping and architecture, last year. However, as we went through the planning process, it became clear that there was scope to create a more sociable, community-focused masterplan that could better link in with Haringey Council’s emerging policy proposals for the wider Wood Green Area.
During 2017 we consulted widely with the local community to identify ways in which we can deliver an improved number of homes and benefits. The feedback we received was valuable in allowing us to do this. In summary, the consented plans include:
- 1,697 new homes with a mix of tenures, including affordable options;
- New commercial space located in the ‘Cultural Quarter’ to the north;
- A network of new public pocket parks and additional green spaces;
- An enhanced walking route that traces the path of the Moselle River;
- A commitment to celebrating the identity and character of the area, including the integration of elements from the historic gasholders into the scheme;
- 425 parking spaces, including 173 wheelchair accessible spaces and over 2,700 secure cycle spaces for residents;
- Traffic calming measures along Mary Neuner Road and outside the pocket park on Hornsey Park Road;
- A new nursery and cafe fronting the community park;
- Space for an energy hub to facilitate a low carbon heat network.
Haringey Heartlands Consultation
15b St George Wharf