Meet: Sat 11am at Seven Sisters station (outside exit 1), N15 4RR
Completed and planned public realm improvements and reuse of vacant sites along Tottenham High Road - part of the Tottenham Regeneration Programme.
Tour at 11am (Max 30 per tour)
Tom Ebdon Architects, Landolt & Brown, Adams and Sutherland Architects, You & Me Architects,
Running from the new White Hart Lane stadium south to Seven Sisters station, the High Road will be strengthened and celebrated as Tottenham’s historic high street by being a vibrant and expanded hub for local communities and visitors, a safe place for all, economically successful, grounded in a thriving arts and cultural scene and supported by a co-ordinated regionally significant transport network, which enhances its role as a key ‘spinal’ link and destination in the Lee Valley.
Aims and Objectives
a. Develop a unique identity for the High Road that celebrates the diversity of place and activity, including retail, civic and leisure uses during both day and night.
b. Ensure the core functions of a high street are supported, including cleanliness, affordability, local business support, accessibility and digital connectivity.
c. Support local businesses as much as encouraging new investment.
d. Provide a green and healthy street which is supported by a diverse range of activities, uses and functions.
e. Through high quality design, partnerships, investment and uses, marry the history of Tottenham with its exciting future.
f. Make the High Road more legible and easier to get around.
g. Offer a better balance of transport modes to encourage more sustainable travel.
h. Make the High Road safer at all times.
• West Green Road Pocket Park
• Shopfront improvements
• Tottenham Green
• Tottenham Green War Memorial
• Tottenham Green Market
• High Cross
• Albert Place
• Holcombe Road Market
• Bruce Grove Bridge improvements
• Bruce Grove Station Forecourt