Haringey Council has announced the shortlist of bidders for a £2bn regeneration programme featuring 5,000 new homes.
The £2bn HDV will lead on the programme – said to be one of the UK’s largest – from next year. It will be a 50/50 long-term joint venture partnership, which is expected t transform the borough over the next 20 years or so.
On the cards are “at least” 5,000 new homes, a new town centre in Wood Green, and thousands more jobs for the area.
The HDV’s programme will also be supported by major improvements to transport links which could include at least four Crossrail 2 stations, and by the council’s wider regeneration programmes in Tottenham and Wood Green and the billions in other public and private investment which the borough is already attracting.
The leader of Haringey Council, councillor Claire Kober said: “We are a step closer to appointing a partner to deliver one of the biggest regeneration programmes in the UK. This £2bn programme underlines our ambition for Haringey and will transform our borough and the role it plays in London, with thousands of new jobs and homes for current and future residents.”