Block Management Tottenham Hale

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Management is about the minutia done well. It takes a team across a range of disciplines to deal with the multiple facets of block and estate management: politics, building pathology, finance, legal knowhow and of course customer service too.

At Ringley we believe in joined up thinking and commit to signpost Clients on all things property - even if outside our day-to-day management remit

Our true business is building relationships with our people. Our people really know that they can make a difference to our residents. We match our people to what each site needs to be achieved, with you in mind. We lead the market in transparency and focusing on risk, cash, repairs and place making, usually in that order.

We are not shy of hard work and believe our ability to get stuck in and find solutions that sets us apart. We are innovative to the core and committed to implementing good ideas in pursuit of 5* service.

Being who we are would be impossible without our passionately committed people, whose qualifications we sponsor and who we support professionally to be the best they can be, as achieving a national training award and our Silver IIP status confirms.

History of Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale is situated in north London, in the borough of Haringey. It is 8.5 miles from the centre of London. There is evidence of pre-Norman economic activity beside the  River Lea. "The Hale" means "the nook;" and this was recorded around the late 13th century. However, the first mention of Tottenham Hale, did not come until 1754, during the Georgian period. At this time, Tottenham Hale was the largest district of the area, with many dwellings; and the Ferry Boat Inn was situated at its eastern side. After the construction of the Lee Navigation, a lock was built at Tottenham Hale in 1776.
In 1840, during the Victorian era, Tottenham station opened on the Northern and Eastern Railway. In 1968, the station was named Tottenham Hale. It is currently on the Victoria Line of the Underground, and also on National Rail. When the station was first opened, Tottenham Hale was a village, with over 600 inhabitants. The Ferry Boat Inn was enlarged, and opened a pleasure garden and fishery. It was a popular place to visit. In 1845, Tottenham Lock was resited to its present location. From the 1860s onwards, suburban development followed in the area. At the same time, the East London Waterworks Company's reservoirs submerged the meadows. As a major feat of Victorian and Edwardian engineering, from 1863 to 1904, ten reservoirs were created. These have provided millions of Londoners with their drinking water ever since.
During the early to mid 20th century, factories were built in the area, and much of Tottenham Hale was primarily industrial. One example was the Gestetner Factory on Broad Lane: this employed 6,000 staff, and specialised in stencil duplicating equipment. 
From the late 1950s onwards, much of Tottenham Hale was redeveloped, with residential housing. In the late 1970s, the Ferry Lane estate, and a new primary school was opened. Disused factories were replaced by warehousing; and Ferry Island and Tottenham Hale retail parks were opened.
New building developments have taken place, and one of the most notable of these is Hale Village. This has over 1,100 residential properties, and 1,200 rooms for students. There are further new amenities and businesses, employing 400 people. The next major scheme will be Hale Wharf, where around 500 new homes will be built next to the waterside. 
In 2020, Tottenham Hale's population was 19,147. This shows the area has come a long way since Victorian times. It is a thriving district of London; ideal for renters and first-time buyers, wanting to get on the property ladder.

New developments in Tottenham Hale

Related Argent have on offer Heart of Hale, 2 Ashley Road, London, N17. For prices, contact the agent. The building has a collection of 54 apartments, and there are one, two and three bedroom apartments available. 
The building is contemporary residential architecture, with a masonry weave facade, in Italian brick, and the windows are large. The apartment interiors are rich, with contemporary detail and finishes. Warm, calming tones contrast with bold colours, feature bronze finishes and printed screens. There are flowing, bright, open plan living spaces and many are dual-aspect. All are designed to a high specification. Every apartment has a private balcony, and all residents can enjoy The Deck, the fifth floor rooftop garden. This has views over Alexandra Palace, the city skyline and beyond.  
The development is close to the new vibrant public square and centre of activity, with shops, cafes, restaurants and curated events.
Down Lane Park, River Lee and local Wetlands, are a short walk away. The nearest station is Tottenham Hale, Underground and National Rail, 0.1 miles away. Bruce Grove, Overground, is 0.4 miles away. 

Foxtons have on offer Anthology Hale Works, Tottenham, London, N17. This is a brand new development with apartments built to a high specification, and modern interiors. The average for a one bedroom apartment is £475,000.
All apartments have the benefit of a video entry phone system, and there is a 24 hour concierge service. The kitchen is fitted with integrated appliances, and is handleless. The kitchen and living room have Karndean luxury vinyl flooring. The bathroom and WC is stylish, with heated towel rail. Hallway cupboards have washer/dryer. Private terraces have composite timber decking; and all residents have the benefit of a sky garden on the eleventh floor. There is secure cycle storage in the basement. 
Down Lea Park, River Lee and local Wetlands, are close at hand. The nearest station is Tottenham Hale, Underground and National Rail, 0.1 miles away. Bruce Grove, Overground, is 0.4 miles away. 

What our CEO, Mary Anne Bowring, likes about Tottenham Hale

I went with my family to visit Walthamstow Wetlands. There are many reservoirs to see. On our pleasant walk, we were lucky to see pochards and swans. We went up Coppermill Tower, and enjoyed views of London, from the viewing platform. Afterwards we had a good lunch at the café.

Things to do in Tottenham Hale

Walthamstow Wetlands, 2 Forest Road, London, N17, is a 21 hectare nature reserve. It is also the reservoir site, which is the main source of water, for 3.5 million people. It is Europe's largest urban wetlands. Despite its name, it is closer to Tottenham Hale. Activities include talks, tours and workshops, for all ages. Some events are free, others are ticketed. All proceeds from ticketed events are invested back into the running of the Wetlands, the conservation work and continuing free public access. As an important nature reserve, wildlife is abundant, and includes rare waterfowl, birds of prey, spoonbill, pochard, swan and swift. There are over 100 moth species and around 20 butterfly species and several lizard species. The locally listed Engine House includes the visitor centre and cafe. There is a unique swift tower, to attract nesting swifts and roosting bats. The Grade II listed Coppermill Tower has a viewing platform, to enjoy views across London.

Tottenham Hale - Cultural Scene

Ferry Boat Inn, Ferry Lane, London, N17, has great views of the Walthamstow Wetlands. There is a good range of food. Starters include bread and olives, glazed chicken skewers, vegetable gyoza, king prawn cocktail, smoked chicken and red onion terrine and southern fried chicken goujons. Mains include beef pie, creamy chicken and bacon pie, seafood pie, tomato, pepper and cannellini bean pie, duck breast, sausages and mash, chicken curry, grilled horseshoe gammon and rump of lamb. Seafood dishes include cod and chips and sea bass and prawns with almond pesto cream. There are a good choice of steaks, with toppings of your choice to add, and signature burgers. Pasta and salad is offered, with toppings to choose from; and sandwiches are available until 4 p.m. There are plenty of sides, and sharers are offered. Desserts include bread and butter pudding fingers, chocolate fudge cake, chocolate brownie, eton mess sundae, mango and passion fruit cheesecake, crumble of the day with custard, sticky toffee rum sponge and British cheese plate. The pub does Sunday roasts, and childrens' menu. Drinks are extensive: alcohol, low alcohol and soft drinks.    

Top 3 Block Management Companies in Tottenham Hale

Ringley Group – specialising in the block management of residential flats

Ringley Group – specialising in the block management of residential flats

Hunters - 284 High Road, London N15 4AJ

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