Two new industrial warehouses on an industrial estate are set to create 133 jobs.

Hotspur Industrial Estate in Tottenham has applied to Haringey Council to demolish and redevelop two of its sites.

The planning statement highlights the developments are expected to create 133 job opportunities for local people and bring vacant zones back into use. 

The larger site is located at 18 West Road and the smaller one, Unit 4 West Mews. Both stand on brownfield industrial land. 

The larger, referred to as Unit 1, will measure 95.5 metres by 45.7m and the smaller one, Unit 2, will measure 33.5m by 25.3m. Both sites will include office space, a yard and landscaping.

Feedback from a pre-application engagement with council officers revealed further information was wanted on the uses of the developments, alternative facades to “enliven" the street frontage and the number of vehicles expected per development. 

Unit 1 will have 21 parking spaces, including a blue badge space, and four electric vehicle (EV) charging points. Unit 2 will have five parking spaces, including one blue badge space, and two EV charging points.

More information on the scheme can be found via Haringey Council’s planning portal, using reference number HGY/2024/1370.