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500 White Hart Lane public meeting

posted 30 May 2016, 20:22 by Devonshire Hill Residents Association

Haringey Council's planning department is chairing a public meeting with the 500 White Hart Lane developer to discuss the project. The meeting is scheduled for:

 Thursday 9 June, 7 PM.
 Selby Community Centre. Selby Road, N17 8JL.

The meeting location is very hard to find. It's easiest to take the W3 towards Northumberland Park, and get off at the "Tottenham Cemetery" bus stop. From here, walk north on Selby Road. Once you pass through the gates into the centre, look for a building to your left. If you need assistance getting to the centre, please email us back and we'll help.


We urge everyone to attend. This is our chance to come and ask questions of the developer.

Have they truly taken neighbourhood views into account as they claim?

Are they still proposing five tower blocks, three of which are 7 storeys high?

Do they still want to fit 145 flats into the small lot?

How will parking and transport be affected by 400+ new residents?

 As always, there's lots more information at the Devonshire Hill Residents Association website.

Minutes and constitution

posted 19 Apr 2016, 07:28 by Devonshire Hill Residents Association

Our official inaugural meeting minutes, and DHRA constitution, are now posted to this site!

Public meeting on 7 April!

posted 2 Apr 2016, 09:23 by Devonshire Hill Residents Association   [ updated 6 Apr 2016, 05:48 ]

We're holding a public meeting as concerned residents, to discuss the proposed project at 500 White Hart Lane, and to found a Devonshire Hill residents’ association.

Thursday, 7 April, at 7.30 PM
Studio 2, New River Sport & Fitness
White Hart Lane
N22 5QW 

We hope to see you there!

Sample letters to write to the council!

posted 2 Apr 2016, 09:23 by Devonshire Hill Residents Association

If you need help writing up a letter opposing the plans to build a residential complex at 500 White Hart Lane, we have some sample letters on this website as guides.

500 WHL - seven-storey complex

posted 26 Mar 2016, 08:46 by Devonshire Hill Residents Association   [ updated 26 Mar 2016, 08:52 ]

Spurs have officially filed their development proposal for 500 White Hart Lane. And it's for a large complex of 145 flats with three seven-storey towers, and several other shorter buildings. (up from 140 flats and one seven-storey tower in the earlier version)

Can our neighbourhood cope with perhaps 400 new residents (2, 3, and 4 bedroom flats are proposed) parachuted in? There are no plans for any greenspace, shops, or other amenities in the proposal.

We have until 14 April to file any comments with the council. Please make your voice heard!

Pavement reconstruction, Devonshire Hill Lane

posted 27 Feb 2016, 18:13 by Devonshire Hill Residents Association   [ updated 27 Feb 2016, 18:22 ]

The council sent some flyers around today announcing that some of the pavement on Devonshire Hill Lane is going to be resurfaced.

The areas in question are the odd side of the road from 231 to 191, and the even side of DHL from Devonshire Court to 106.

While it's always welcome to have unattractive pavement fixed up, and it'll definitely improve the appearance of the houses behind those paths, it's a shame that the money isn't being spent on fixing up the disintegrating footpath from DHL to White Hart Lane...

Welcome aboard!

posted 27 Feb 2016, 18:08 by Devonshire Hill Residents Association

Well, this site has been up and running for a week now. We've got some basic information up, and a list of a first round of problem reports sent to Haringey borough council and Homes for Haringey.


And if you haven't already, be sure to send your email to:


so you can get on our local mailing list for news and updates!

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