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Stakeholder & partners

Collaborative working

Since the conception of Hale Village, Lee Valley Estates has worked in partnership with other organisations, collaborating to deliver the different components of this unique development.

Unite Group

UNITE Group, one of the UK’s leading student housing providers, developed both Emily Bowes House and North Lodge, creating 1,244 modern and well appointed student rooms.

The blocks benefit from private courtyards, shared lounges, study areas and laundry facilities on each floor.

Newlon Housing Trust

Newlon Housing Trust has built 542 one to four-bed homes offering a mix of affordable, key worker, shared ownership, social and private rent options. Its head office is also based in Hale Village, providing employment for some 400 people.

The Diocese of London

The Diocese of London has established the Engine Room Community Centre and Nursery. Both will soon be moving into their own purpose-built church in the Village, the first Anglican Church to be built in London in 40 years.

Royal Free Hospital

The Kidney Care Centre in the Village was developed in partnership with the Royal Free Hospital and is world class in the field of renal treatment. The Centre enables patients in the area to undergo dialysis much closer to home.

Bellway Homes

Bellway Homes has developed The Pavilions;  six separate blocks offering some 497 private sale luxury apartments with balconies and terraces, ranging from one, two and three bedrooms.  Blocks five and six are due to be completed in 2016. All apartments are designed and fitted out to a very high specification.

Other partners

With master architects, BDP, Hale Village has been delivered through support from the Greater London Authority, The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, Transport for London, The Environment Agency, Haringey Council and the Homes and Communities Agency.

Indeed, at the height of the recession when many schemes stalled, the HCA provided kick-start funding for infrastructure at Hale Village.

London’s former deputy mayor for housing, Richard Blakeway, said: “The ongoing success of the Hale Village regeneration project, which is helping to realise the potential of a neighbourhood in one of London’s key opportunity areas, is a testament to the partnership approach of all the groups that have made it possible.”