Rise Launching Soon
Sales for the 141 homes through Waterside Places, known as Rise, will be launched in February 2020.
Waterside Places recently joined together with partners, Grainger plc and McLaren Construction, to mark a significant milestone at the first phase of homes being delivered at Hale Wharf with a traditional ‘topping out’ ceremony.
The event was attended by representatives from the Mayor of London’s office and the London Borough of Haringey, along with representatives from the partners who are delivering this phase of the scheme.
Mike Auger, director at Waterside Places commented: “It’s a proud moment for everyone involved with the scheme, as we come together to celebrate the incredible progress of the first phase of homes here at Hale Wharf. The excitement is building further, as we now look forward to welcoming new residents at what we truly believe will be one of most diverse and mindful neighbourhoods around.
“Successful developments that bring forward real transformational change are delivered through a collaborative approach which is really showcased in this project and its focus on social value.”
The first phase of the development consists of 249 new homes, 108 for rent through Grainger plc, with the remainder earmarked for sale through Waterside Places. A new pedestrian bridge over the River Lee Navigation will be built, providing convenient access to Tottenham Hale Underground station, along with stunning canal-side public realm to benefit what will be a vibrant new community. Sales for the 141 homes through Waterside Places, known as Rise, will be launched in February 2020.
Grainger plc – the UK’s largest listed residential landlord - announced a forward funding deal in November 2018, purchasing a 108-home building that forms part of the first phase of development at the scheme.
Helen Gordon, chief executive officer at Grainger plc, said: “We’re delighted to reach this important milestone, bringing us another step closer to the delivery of this fantastic new scheme. Working in partnership with Waterside Places and McLaren is enabling us to deliver these much-needed high-quality rental homes at pace. This development further strengthens our presence in Haringey, building on our existing cluster of 359 homes, providing well connected homes with access to green spaces across the borough.”
McLaren Construction started working on site in 2019 to deliver the first phase at the scheme and have also worked closely with partners to deliver a number of social value activities to benefit the wider community.
John Butten, McLaren’s managing director – major projects, said: “We are pleased to celebrate the topping out of Hale Wharf in Tottenham Hale with customers Waterside Places and Grainger plc. Linking in with the local community of Haringey is key for McLaren and we look forward to playing an important part in the development of an inspiring new place for north Londoners.
“We have committed to employ 30% of our workforce through local labour, generating jobs for local people and feel proud to have been able to contribute to so many community engagement initiatives in the local area through the Tottenham Charter.”
The first phase is due to complete Summer 2021.
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McLaren Construction has been appointed as the main contractor to deliver the first phase of Hale Wharf development, reports Muse.
The first phase consists of 249 new homes, a new pedestrian bridge over the River Lee Navigation providing convenient access to Tottenham Hale Underground station and canal-side public realm for the residents and the wider community.
The Hale Wharf scheme is being delivered by Waterside Places – a strategic joint venture between Canal & River Trust and national development and urban regeneration specialists Muse Developments, in partnership with the Mayor of London and London Borough of Haringey.
Nigel Franklin, chairman at Waterside Places, commented: “We’re delighted to have appointed McLaren Construction for the first phase at Hale Wharf and look forward to working closely with them. Our focus is to deliver high-quality urban waterfront schemes that deliver diverse and sustainable places and McLaren have a wealth of experience in this field.
“Hale Wharf is an exciting development at the heart of one of the Mayor of London’s Housing Zones. Once complete, the wider scheme will deliver up to 505 high-quality canal-side homes, extensive public realm improvements, along with a range of commercial and leisure space.”
John Butten, regional managing director – major projects at McLaren Construction, added: “It is a pleasure to be working with Waterside Places to deliver the first phase of this development. We bring our broad experience in the residential sector to this scheme, as well as the highest-quality finishes. We are glad to be a part of this regeneration around Tottenham Hale.’’
Hale Wharf will also create a new pedestrian footbridge across the River Lee Navigation, as well as improved pedestrian routes and a regenerated canal side, which will include improved access for commercial barges, canal wall improvements and the installation of floating reed beds.
On completion of Phase 2 in 2023, residents will get access to the Paddock Community Nature Park that will play a key role in the council’s new ‘Green Grid Strategy’.
Work on the first phase of the scheme has started and is expected to complete in the first quarter of 2021.
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