Ideas to make a new high-high quality town centre in Seven Sisters moved a action nearer final night time following Haringey Council agreed to obtain land held by home developer Grainger
The Wards Corner web-site has long been discovered by the council as it performs a crucial role in supporting the communities of Seven Sisters, which includes the effectively-acknowledged Latin Village industry which attracts thousands of website visitors and is a single of the most very well-recognized web-sites in London.
For the council to acquire a new vision for the spot that fits in with their priorities to provide new council residences along with a retail offer to assistance area jobs, they are searching to assemble land, mainly in Grainger’s possession.
The acquisitions will now place the council in a exceptional situation to apply a new council-led delivery approach for the Wards Corner web page that aligns with its priorities for housing, financial state, position and community wealth building and enhances Transport for London’s (TfL) plans for 7 Sisters Market (SSM).
Cllr Ruth Gordon, Cupboard Member for Council Home Making, Placemaking and Improvement, reported: “I’m searching ahead to working alongside members of the community in 7 Sisters to produce and co-layout plans for this culturally loaded corner of our borough.
“For the 1st time in almost 20 decades, there is a genuine possibility for us to look at a new council led supply tactic that is nearer in line with the new Haringey Deal and placemaking ambitions.
We will find to have interaction and function with residents, companies and nearby companions on a new style and design that compliments the neighbouring TfL group led current market.
The council is only one aspect of the alternative below. We will need to have to work with TfL, owners of the 7 Sisters Market place who are operating on extensive expression options to re-present the Market with the Latin Village at its coronary heart.
Even so, the council is uniquely put to lastly supply a renewed superior-top quality city centre in 7 Sisters.”