WELCOME TO HALE VILLAGE, LONDON N17
Hale Village is a high quality regeneration scheme with an aspiration far beyond the conventional view of the area. It has delivered significant environmental improvements along its Lee Valley border, improved public transport and delivered quality architecture so that the public realm provides a place where people want to live and work.
The vision for this dynamic development has been to create a sustainable, high quality, urban village that acts as a catalyst for the regeneration of Tottenham Hale. Work began on Hale Village in January 2008 with the completion of an iconic student housing block; a second building was completed in 2012 with a total investment of £110m by the Unite Group providing some of London’s most prestigious universities with over 1,200 rooms.
Hale Village has worked in partnership with Newlon Housing Group to deliver a new headquarters office and 542 affordable homes for sale and rent.
The stunning waterside location has also seen 282 private apartments built by Bellway Homes with spectacular views of the city, the Olympic Park and the Lee Valley waterway and wetlands.
The mixed use nature of the development and partnership commitment has ensured that the village has active day time use by residents and workers, who have access to a Tesco convenience store and a state of the art gym. The Church of England has committed significant resources to building and providing staff for a new community centre and children’s nursery.
The total number of completed mixed tenure residential properties is 870, with apartment sizes varying from 1 to 4 bedrooms which boast stunning views and the benefits of living next to amazing waterways and Lee Valley Regional Park. As well as excellent transport links to the rest of London there are also direct trains to Stansted airport, making this a very desirable location for commuters and regular flyers alike.
Hale Village is one of the most sustainable developments in London, providing green roofs, wildlife corridors and generous green open spaces. Powering the whole development is a state of the art £5 million energy centre, fuelled by recycled woodchip, cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 54%.
Still to Come! 64 apartments will be constructed for private rent above the community centre. Upon completion the village will have over 1,100 residential homes with 70% in some form of ownership. There will be over 400 people working in the village including housing and health professionals.
We hope to compliment the tranquillity and natural beauty of the water and landscape at The Hale to establish a vibrant residential community with outstanding transport connections to a world global city.