17th February 2021

HG Construction is delighted to announce our appointment as the main contractor to deliver the fourth residential building at Argent Related’s development in the heart of Tottenham Hale.

The North Island building will deliver 136 new homes including 80 shared ownership and 56 market sale, with 3000 sq ft of planned commercial space on the ground floor. This exciting scheme is part of the wider regeneration of Tottenham Hale which will deliver much needed green spaces, improved road networks, retail and leisure hubs, a health centre and affordable housing.

Through the construction of the new building, 27 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs will be created, with local apprenticeship opportunities.

Christopher Benham, CEO of HG Construction, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Argent Related, which has an excellent track record of delivering high quality developments to meet the needs of the local housing market. At HG Construction our culture is based on open communication and collaboration and doing things differently, values which are very much aligned with Argent Related and which will enable us to work as an excellent team.

“North Island is a key building block in the wider regeneration of Tottenham Hale, a project which will kickstart the local economy and transform the area into a thriving new destination for Londoners. We look forward to exploring and embracing innovation together throughout this scheme.”

Tom Goodall, Partner and Head of Residential at Argent Related, commented: “We are proud to announce the start of construction on the next phase of the Tottenham Hale development and our partnership with HG Construction. This is a statement of confidence in the London housing market and Argent Related’s ability to deliver at pace the homes we need to help young people and families get on the housing ladder in this vibrant and growing part of North London.”

Throughout the build, updates on significant construction milestones will be provided via newsletters and noticeboards situated on the boundary fencing of the site.