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Tottenham Hale is a district in the London Borough of Haringey, in North London. From 1850–1965, it was part of the Municipal Borough of Tottenham, in Middlesex.

Etymology

It takes its name from the old English word Hale (to hoist or pull), as goods (particularly timber) were unloaded from the River Lea for onward transport by road at this point. Tottenham Hale is a district in the London Borough of Haringey, in North London. From 1850–1965, it was part of the Municipal Borough of Tottenham, in Middlesex.

Character of the area

Tottenham Hale is currently dominated by the Tottenham Hale station complex and retail park. However, there is a large-scale housing project currently under construction,http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/project.php?id=377 and London Borough of Haringey is formulating plans to redevelop the area.[http://www.tottenhamhalemasterplan.net/documents/Leaflet.pdf#search=%22Tottenham%20V2%22 Tottenham Hale Master Plan] Tottenham Hale is a district in the London Borough of Haringey, in North London. From 1850–1965, it was part of the Municipal Borough of Tottenham, in Middlesex.

Industry

Tottenham Hale is/has been the home of the following companies:

{| class="wikitable"
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! Name
! Dates
! Notes
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| Hale Motors/ The Ray Powell Group
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| Rootes/Chrysler Main Dealers, 1970s.
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| Cannon Automative
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| Makers of rubber car mats etc.
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| Gestetner
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| It was formerly the location of the Gestetner duplicating machine factory, opened in 1906 and growing to be the largest duplicator manufacturer in the world, employing around 6,000 people until the 1970s.
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| Eagle Pencils (later Berol)
| 1910 to the 1990s
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| John Dickinson Stationery
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| Saint-Gobain
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| Abrasive papers etc.
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| Greater London Council (GLC) Supplies Department
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| The site of the 29,000m2 warehouse of the former Greater London Council which provided a centralised purchasing function for the GLC, the Inner London Education Authority and some of the outer London boroughs.
|} Tottenham Hale is a district in the London Borough of Haringey, in North London. From 1850–1965, it was part of the Municipal Borough of Tottenham, in Middlesex.

Education

:''For details of education in Tottenham Hale see the London Borough of Haringey#Education article.'' Tottenham Hale is a district in the London Borough of Haringey, in North London. From 1850–1965, it was part of the Municipal Borough of Tottenham, in Middlesex.

Transport

The area is served by Tottenham Hale station on the Victoria Line and by National Rail Greater Anglia services. Tottenham Hale is a district in the London Borough of Haringey, in North London. From 1850–1965, it was part of the Municipal Borough of Tottenham, in Middlesex.

References

Tottenham Hale is a district in the London Borough of Haringey, in North London. From 1850–1965, it was part of the Municipal Borough of Tottenham, in Middlesex.

Gallery

Image:Lea from Ferry Lane.JPG|The River Lea as it flows through Tottenham Hale.
Image:Ferry Lane Estate 2.JPG|The Lea passing the Ferry Lane Estate.
Image:GLS Warehouse.JPG|The GLS Warehouse at the junction of Ferry Lane and Mill Mead Road, behind Tottenham Hale station. Now demolished, under the Tottenham Hale Master Plan this will be the site of a huge residential, shopping and office complex.
Image:GLA demolition.jpg|Demolition of the GLS Warehouse.
Image:Heron House.JPG|Heron House, the first of the new buildings to be built under the Tottenham Hale Master Plan. The building is situated on a small island in the River Lea, and contains student housing and a restaurant.




Category:Districts of Haringey
Category:Areas of London