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Tottenham Hale granted planning

12/12/2018

Tottenham Hale granted planning

The London Borough of Haringey has granted consent for a mixed-use regeneration scheme in Tottenham Hale, north London. The masterplan, for developer Argent Related, comprises six buildings and a pavilion arranged across five plots. The project will deliver 1,030 new homes, a mix of tenures including a large proportion of Council-owned social rented housing, a cinema, office and retail space and a new health centre.
AHMM has designed three buildings on the Ferry Island and North Island sites. Buildings one and two on Ferry Island will occupy the area between the Tottenham Hale bus station and the reconfigured Station Road. Both buildings will provide a mix of residential, office and retail space with a new cinema at basement level. Alison Brooks Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards and RUFF architects are designing schemes for other sites within the masterplan.
Construction could begin in summer next year, with the first new homes being complete by the end of 2020.

 



 

AJ Architecture Awards

05/12/2018

AJ Architecture Awards

AHMM has won two awards at this year’s AJ Architecture Awards, announced last night (4 December) at the Roundhouse in London. Naming the third phase of Liverpool’s Royal Court as Cultural Project of the Year, judges commented that it ‘keeps faith with the spirit of the Royal Court and shows understanding of how the theatre is used and its place in the community. As an enticing and socially accessible venue, it attracts those who might not necessarily consider themselves ‘theatregoers’, cementing a vital connection with the locality.’ Meanwhile, they awarded Mixed Use Project of the Year to Television Centre, praising it as ‘a truly mixed-use scheme done really well... a mega-structure with an amazing array of uses. They have turned it into a place which really feels like a piece of city.’ Find out more about this year’s award winners here.

 



 

AHMM at the World Architecture Festival 2018

03/12/2018

AHMM at the World Architecture Festival 2018

AHMM projects won three awards at the World Architecture Festival last week: Weston Street won the Small-Scale Housing (Completed Project) award, and the Alder Centre won the Health (Future Project) award and the WAFX Ageing and Health category award. White Collar Factory, University of Amsterdam, Television Centre, Blossom Street and Signal Townhouses were also shortlisted and presented at the Festival, which took place from 28-30 November in Amsterdam. Find out more about this year’s award winners here.