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Once complete the development will include approximately 500 new homes, modern retail space and new canal-side public areas. Rise is a stunning 21 storey building comprising of 141 suites, one and two bedroom apartments, with many properties benefiting from far reaching city views.
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Lock 17 is situated off Ferry Lane, close to Tottenham Hale rail and underground stations. The site offers a major regeneration opportunity and plans for the scheme to include up to 500 new homes, modern business space and canal-side public realm. Lock 17 has been designated as one of the Mayor of London’s Housing Zones, meaning the site will make an important contribution to the Mayor’s and the Council’s aspiration for 2,000 new homes in Tottenham Hale.
In addition to the homes, the scheme also will include a new bridge across the Lee Navigation, providing a vital new link through to the site, as well as enhancements to pedestrian routes. As with all Waterside Places developments, the water’s edge will be regenerated thanks to upgrades of access routes for commercial barges as well as canal wall repairs and the addition of floating reed beds.
Residents also will be able to benefit from access to the Paddock Community Nature Park which will play a key role in the Council’s new ‘Green Grid Strategy’ which seeks to improve this space for the local community.
The abundance of natural beauty surrounding Lock 17 sets it apart from other developments, and offers a rural peace of mind that many londoners miss out on. The Walthamstow wetlands provide more than 13 miles of picturesque paths to explore, and are just a five-minute walk away. On top of that, there are reservoirs, parks, marshes and meadows all conveniently close by. Whether by bike, by boat or on foot, getting back to nature has never been so easy.
One of the capital’s fastest-growing areas, Tottenham Hale is an up-and-coming hub for contemporary city living and new businesses. There is a range of independent cafes, bars, shops and restaurants, all just a few minutes’ from lock17. Try a craft beer in one of the many popular micro-breweries such as Beavertown or five miles where you can also enjoy a variety of club nights. Indulge in Al Fresco riverside dining, or pop over to Tottenham retail park for some of the big names you know and love. Everything you need is well within your reach.
Sometimes in London it can feel like everything is so far away, but with Tottenham Hale station just a few minutes walk, you’re within easy reach of some of the city’s best spots. Boxpark at Shoreditch, the vibrancy of Dalston, the bright lights of the West End and the world-famous Oxford Street shops to name a few. So whether you’re looking for some retail therapy, the perfect evening meal, or a ticket to the hottest show in town, lock17 is conveniently close to it all. And with the new footbridge linking the development with the west side of the river, your journey will be made even easier.Disclaimer
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