London Borough of Haringey
Dear Northumberland Park residents,
Since last summer, you have told us about what you expect to be changed or improved through the future regeneration of Northumberland Park. Many of you participated in our survey about your housing and your neighbourhood. We sought your views at resident drop-ins, community pop-ups, school and community events and the street party. Working with your community representatives at the Northumberland Park and SALB Residents Associations we have gathered all your opinions, comments and suggestions and put together a draft report which documents your baseline expectations for the Northumberland Park estates. (see below).
We are now seeking your comments and your suggestions on the draft summary and full report before we finalise the document which will inform and influence the design of the Regeneration.
Full Baseline Expectation report: np-baseline-expectations-23-01-17
Summary Baseline Expectation report: np-draft-summary-report-23-01-17
Baseline Expectation Appendices: np-baseline-expectations-appendices-23-01-16
Please email your comments using the contact form below by Monday 6 February.
Please click on the links to read the latest Newsletter and the survey Regeneration report “What could the future be for your neighbourhood?”
The next Drop-in information session at the Grange, is on Thursday 19th January, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, 32-34 White Hart Lane N17 8DP.
- PPCR will be posting the summary of the Baseline Expectation Report this week.
Link to the Council website:
To become involved with the Regeneration of Northumberland Park: https://tottenham.london/explore/northumberland-park/place-champions
Place Champions Programme
Are you interested in the future of Northumberland Park?
Do you want to influence what sort of homes and green areas/facilities should be built in Northumberland Park?
The Place Champions programme which will be taking part in Northumberland Park in early 2017.
The aim of the Place Champions programme is for you to learn and think about regeneration and urban design. You don’t need any special skills just to be interested in improving your estate and local area.
Read the Place Champions leaflets for more information about the scheme, including about how to get involved.
If you would like to find out more about becoming a Place Champion please contact
They will be happy to help you.
Please join in !
Thursday 17th November, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Turkish speaking regeneration meeting at Northumberland Park Resource Centre (NRC), 177 Park Lane N17 0HJ
Monday 21st November, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Northumberland Park Residents’ Association Open meeting at the NRC, 177 Park Lane N17 0HJ
Monday 28th November, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Residents discussion meeting re: the Baseline Expectations at the Grange, 32-34 White Hart Lane N17 8DP
Tuesday 29th November, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
SALB Residents Association open meeting at the Stellar House Tenant’s Room, Stellar House, 900 High Road N17 0DZ
Last Tuesday of every month, 12noon – 4pm
Information days at the Community Hub, 163 Park Lane N17 0JH. PPCR will be there to discuss regeneration issues
Thursday 19th January, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Drop-in information sessions at the Grange, 32-34 White Hart Lane N17 8DP
Establish Haringey Development Vehicle Partner (HDV). This is a separate company jointly owned by Haringey Council and an investment partner with the primary purpose of regeneration and development.
Start negotiations and discussions with the HDV using baseline reports produced by PPCR on behalf of residents
Local residents and businesses work with the HDV to develop a Masterplan, followed by formal consultation.
The Masterplan showing streets, blocks and open spaces is confirmed.
First phase of construction possible
PPCR – Appointed as Independent Advisor for Northumberland Park
Successful housing regeneration needs an agreed “vision” and since March PPCR has been consulting with you via door-step survey, drops-in, surgeries and pop-up exhibitions. We also worked with your Resident Associations, NPRA and SALB, to provide independent advice for all the residents and stakeholders affected by the proposed regeneration of Northumberland Park and to address questions and concerns.
To find out more northumberland-park-newsletter-march-2016
Our aims is to maximise the opportunity for residents and stakeholders to take a major role in influencing the regeneration proposals and ensuring that the community gets the best possible deal from the council’s commitments to regenerating the area.
If you have any questions, or concerns about the regeneration, and about your future housing needs, please come to the Information Day on the last Tuesday of the month between 12noon and 4pm where Pamela Kovachich or Loraine Ophelia will be able to answers your questions. In the meantime if you have any questions you can call them on Freephone 0800 317 066 or by emailing them at email@example.com
As you know we carried out “What could the future be for the future for your neighbourhood?” survey between May and June to find out what you wanted to change about your neighbour and what you wanted the regeneration to address, we also asked you if you wanted to be involved towards influencing the regeneration proposals.
Below are the links to find out what you and your neighbours said: