Feb 222017
 

 

This album contains a collection of videos created by Clive Carter featuring aerial views of the sites Haringey Council intends to transfer to a Joint Venture known as the ‘Haringey Development Vehicle’ or in short HDV. A 50:50 partnership incorporated by Haringey council and a Preferred Developer Lendlease. Some or all of these site are planned to be demolished including 1300 council homes, to make way for new high density housing for private rent and sale.

Sites include:

  • Northumberland Park Community School – this includes the Vale School, for pupils with special needs; those who are vulnerable and with learning difficulties
  • Northumberland Park Estate – A huge area. This is currently home to some 1,400 people. The proposal is that they be “decanted” in phases over several years while the area is re-built
  • The Dell – This is Haringey Council-owned land north of the Borough, opposite Enfield Crematorium
  • Haringey Council’s Civic Centre –  Including the car-park behind
  • The Council’s own headquarters – River Park House and adjacent buildings 
  • Wood Green Library, adjacent Mall & forecourt – now home to a new Customer Service Centre, recently installed
  • The Ashley Road Depot —on the north side of Down Lane Park—is to transfer to the preferred bidder’s joint venture
  • Reynardson Court – by Tottenham High Road and including the Police Station, would pass to the HDV
  • Industrial land near Wood Green—in the vicinity of Coburg & Western Roads—would go the Development Vehicle
  • Broadwater Farm – is destined for the Haringey Development Vehicle.
  • Cranwood, Muswell Hill Council’s former care home
  • Leabank and Lemsford Close
  • Muswell Hill Library – Land behind currently a car-park
  • Park Grove and Durnsford Road
  • Tunnel Gardens
  • Osborne Grove Nursing Home 
  • Turner Avenue & Brunel Walk 
  • Broadwater Farm Community Health Centre 
  • The Laurels – St. Ann’s Road 
  • Morrison Yard  – off Tottenham High Road

Detailed maps of HDV sites

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