Welcome to our website for the redevelopment of Clarendon Gasholders and Olympia Trading Estate at the Haringey Heartlands.

During 2017 St William consulted widely with residents, local stakeholders and neighbours to identify ways in which we can deliver a community-focused masterplan for the site that links in with emerging policy proposals for the Wood Green Area. Having taken time to consider the feedback we received during that consultation, a planning application has now been submitted to Haringey Council (planning application ref: HGY/2017/3117)

In summary, our proposals include:

  • Delivery of the scheme to begin in 2018.
  • Approximately 1,697 new homes with a mix of tenures, including approximately 30% affordable tenures, half of which will be for affordable rent.
  • 100,000 sq/ft of employment space located adjacent to the ‘Cultural Quarter’ to the north of the site, 75,000sq/ft of which is for B1 use. The employment space will generate around 500 jobs for small and start-up businesses once complete.
  • Circa £24m to LB Haringey and £6m to GLA for Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL).
  • An improved building relationship with Hornsey Park Road in comparison to the previously consented scheme.
  • A network of new public pocket parks and additional green spaces including a new community park.
  • A walking route that traces the path of the Moselle River below.
  • A commitment to celebrating the identity and character of the site, including the integration of elements from the historic gasholders into the scheme.
  • 436 parking spaces and 2,531 secure cycle spaces.
  • Traffic calming measures along Mary Neuner Road and outside the pocket park on Hornsey Park Road.
  • We are committed to encouraging biodiversity and providing linkages to the green corridor along the railway embankment.
  • Space for an underground energy hub to facilitate a green heat network.

You can see the application in full on Haringey Council’s Planning Portal, through the link below.

About St William

St William is a joint venture between the Berkeley Group and National Grid, set up in 2014 to deliver new homes and places on redundant gas sites.

A passion for quality influences everything we do – from the materials we use to the way we serve our customers. From the quality of design to the quality of build, and the quality of service to the quality of place. Our real expertise lies in bringing forward complex sites and turning them into fantastic places.

Haringey Heartlands Consultation
15b St George Wharf

T: 020 3725 8980
E: haringeyheartlands@stwilliam.co.uk