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An Investment Strategy for Tottenham

Multi-disciplinary Jones Lang LaSalle team appointed to regenerate Tottenham Task Force area

London, 14th September 2012 – Jones Lang LaSalle has been appointed by Haringey Council and the Mayor of London as part of a multi-disciplinary team including Arup as masterplanner, working jointly to provide a masterplan for North Tottenham (High Road West) and an Investment Framework and Regeneration strategy for the wider Tottenham area.

The study specifically includes the creation of a masterplan for the area affected by the proposed Spurs Stadium redevelopment identifying opportunities to leverage the new Stadium development to secure new homes, jobs and transport improvements.

Speaking in relation to the new Stadium development, Lyn Garner (London Borough of Haringey) said “We have to deliver the ingredients for change which can be implemented alongside the significant investment by the football club.”

In addition to the catalytic impact of the stadium development  the public sector partners are creating a strategy and delivery plan for investment and regeneration for other key areas in Tottenham including Tottenham’s key retail High Road centres and the business and resident communities of Northumberland Park.

Jones Lang LaSalle is also instructed to advise on an appropriate strategy for delivering development of the High Road West masterplan and to implement this advice for the Council where we are working with Arup.

Commenting on the appointment, Andrew Hume, of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Development Consulting team, said: “Just over a year ago, Tottenham High Road was subject to riots which highlighted the economic and social challenges in the area. As a result, the Government formed a Taskforce for Tottenham, chaired by Sir Stuart Lipton, to set and implement a strategy for investment and regeneration committed to delivering improvement for the existing community and attracting new residents and business.  Our advice extends across the regeneration of a number of significant housing estates coupled with the need to really create a place and drive value creation.”

Jones Lang LaSalle’s Development Consulting team is leading the Jones Lang LaSalle team, which will also include specialist from the firm’s Retail & Leisure, Residential and Affordable Housing, Industrial Leasing and Development teams.

For further information, please contact:

Katie Kopec
Development Consulting
020 7399 5876

Andrew Ludiman

Development Consulting
020 7087 5222

Richard Petty
Affordable Housing
020 7087 5971

Andrew Hume
Development Consulting
020 7399 5769