New London Architecture

Ferry Lane Public Realm Scheme

Built

Ferry lane is a key route that links the emerging key growth area and District Centre at Tottenham Hale to the Walthamstow Wetlands, this being Europe’s largest urban Wetland Reserve.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

Shortlisted in the PLACEMAKING Category

Ferry Lane prior to works commencing was not a particularly welcoming or safe environment for pedestrians or cyclists.  The road felt very urban despite being connected to green spaces such as Walthamstow Wetlands, the Lee Valley Park and the Paddock Nature Reserve.  LB Haringey undertook works from Mill Mead Road junction to the borough boundary which included raised cycle lanes, SUDs, new trees, planting, bespoke street lighting, artwork features along the route with the theme of the Wetland Environment and the transition from the District Centre at Tottenham Hale to the Walthamstow Wetlands

Vote for this project in the 'People's Choice award. The voting deadline is 1 November 2021.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Haringey

Estimated completion

November 2020


Location

Mill Mead Road (Stop H), London N17 9FW, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Project Centre

Contractor

Marlborough Highways

Cost Consultant

Absolute Project Management London Ltd


Listed by

London Borough of Haringey

Last updated on

16/09/2021


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