11 affordable homes promised as part of Hornsey Town Hall redevelopment

Ham&High reports

Haringey Council has struck a deal with developer Far East Consortium, which sees the firm forced to pay for 11 affordable homes as part of redevelopment plans for Hornsey Town Hall.

The properties will be owned and rented out either by the council or a housing association – as part of work at the Crouch End landmark.

In October the council gave a ‘cast iron’ guarantee it would argue for affordable homes at the Broadway site.

Haringey housing chief Cllr Alan Strickland has welcomed the deal for the homes, saying: “We’ve been pressing the developers hard to cover the costs of affordable housing and I’m absolutely delighted they’ve listened.”

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