Tottenham is a large town in North London, Within the London Borough of Haringey. Bordering Edmonton to the north, Walthamstow, across the River Lea, to the east, and Stamford Hill to the south, With Wood Green and Harringay to the west. Tottenham Consists of two post code district’s N15 and N17. Home to Tottenham Hotspur Football club the area has recently redeveloped with a 20-year plan to create more job opportunities, better housing, and improved transport links.
Tottenham High Road Links all of Tottenham together, From Bruce Grove to Seven Sisters. Tottenham Hale is to be London’s next great neighbourhood. Tottenham Hale is currently part of a major regeneration programme, which includes £1 billion of investment. The regeneration programme will deliver 5,000 homes and 4,000 jobs by 2020.
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Tottenham Hale Retail Park offers a wide range shopping experience to cater for all. Major retail stores such as Lidl, Argos, Boots, Next, TK Maxx & JD Sports can be found. Tottenham High Road runs from the border of Edmonton in the north to Stamford Hill in the south. A wire range of restaurants such as MacDonald’s and others can be found, other retail stores are Poundland, Asda, Superdrug & Many more.
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Tottenham is one of the best-connected places in North London accessible by Rail, Underground & Bus Services. Tottenham Hale has direct connection to Stansted Airport with the Stansted express rail service, It also has a direct link to London Liverpool Street and other areas including Cheshunt. The Victoria line service can also be accessed which enables you to travel into London under 30 mins.
Tottenham Local Authority
Tottenham is represented by Enfield Council which can be found by the following link www.haringey.gov.uk
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