The London Borough of Haringey this evening resolved to grant permission for a transformational regeneration scheme in Tottenham Hale to move forward. The six-year development project by Argent Related will give Tottenham Hale the reinvigorated district centre it deserves, creating a welcoming, pedestrian-friendly heart, greened with around 70 new trees, for local residents, workers and visitors to enjoy. Across five…Read More
BPF to partner with government at MIPIM
The British Property Federation (BPF) is partnering with the government at MIPIM this month with the aim of driving public-partnerships across the UK. The BPF’s Melanie Leech and David Partridge, made the announcement at King’s Cross.
London-based developer Argent, which currently has 10,000 homes and over 3 million square feet of commercial space in its pipeline, today announces the appointment of a Head of Construction, to oversee its projects and those of its new company, Argent Related. Mark Shirburne-Davies, formerly Development & Design Director of Laing O’Rourke, joins from Oak Tree-backed developer PegasusLife where he was…Read More
David Partridge, the managing partner of Argent, announces today that he will be stepping back from the day-to-day running of the business in two years’ time, when the development of King’s Cross (which he and the Argent Partners have masterminded) reaches its final stages, at which point the new Argent Related projects will be in full swing and he will…Read More
Argent Related has this week submitted proposals for its major redevelopment of central Tottenham Hale. The planning application encompasses five pieces of land earmarked for change, supporting Haringey Council’s vision of a new ‘district centre’ for the area. Working with AHMM, Alison Brooks Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards and Grant Associates, Argent Related has designed a scheme with public spaces and…Read More
A comprehensive report by independent consultancy, Regeneris captures wide-ranging social and economic benefits of the redevelopment of King’s Cross. The regeneration of King’s Cross has supported over 10,000 jobs to date and in excess of £600m in added value to the economy per year, according to an independent study which focuses on the economic and social benefits of the development over the…Read More
The SDP provides the formal framework for the plans, which include around 900 homes including market sale, build to rent and shared ownership properties to be built over the next five years; the first homes could be available as early as 2020. The redevelopment next to Tottenham Hale Station – with Victoria line, National Rail and potential Crossrail 2 links…Read More