Pleased to share that our masterplan to transform part of the former St Ann’s hospital in Tottenham, North-East London has achieved planning. With up to 995 new homes, our proposals will combine the sensitive refurbishment of heritage buildings, community uses and new landscaping. Of the new homes, 60% will be affordable, including Community Land Trust (CLT) and Older Adult housing for women and LGTBQ+. 22 NHS key worker homes will also be included in the plan to ensure Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust can house staff locally.
Our masterplan design has been heavily shaped around the site’s rich heritage of green spaces and a large number and variety of protected and mature trees. A site-wide landscape strategy will preserve and strengthen these ecological features, with almost all Category A and Tree Preservation Order (TPO) trees retained. The central 1920s public Peace Garden will be significantly expanded as part of these plans, creating an improved setting for the refurbished hospital buildings and new ecological links through to the SINC woodland and Chestnuts Park.
Designs will be taken forward by Catalyst Housing, part of the Peabody Group, and development partners The Hill Group.
Client: Catalyst Housing, Peabody, Hill Group
Lead Architect and Masterplanner: Karakusevic Carson Architects
Landscape Architect: Adams and Sutherland Architects
Ecological Design: The London Wildlife Trust
Principal Designer: Currie & Brown
Civil & Structural Engineer: Price & Myers
MEP Engineer: AWA
Energy Consultant: XCO2
Sustainability Consultant: Bioregional
Transport Consultant: Markides
Fire Engineer: Tenos
Sunlight & Daylight Consultant: EB7
Air Quality Consultant: RSK
Acoustic Consultant: Cass Allen
Heritage Consultant: Turley
Townscape Consultant: TEP
Access Consultant: David Bonnett Associates
Planning Consultant: Lambert Smith Hampton