Developer Weston Homes has acquired a 0.6-acre site in Wood Green to deliver a new £33m mixed-use residential-led development
Located just 300 metres from Wood Green Underground Station and in close proximity to a wide range of facilities along Wood Green High Street, the site has been disused for fourteen years.
Weston Homes purchased the site from Aitch Group, with the consented plans due to breathe new life into the site.
The plans see the erection of a single mixed-use building of between four and nine-storeys high, spanning a total proposed area of 78,748 sq ft.
Residential units will sit above 9,716 sq ft of commercial space, divided into seven separate units – three being ground floor only, and four arranged over both ground and first floors. The upper floors will provide 75 residential apartments including 50 private sale homes, and 25 affordable homes comprising 10 shared ownership and 15 London affordable rental units.
The site was granted detailed planning consent by the London Borough of Haringey in May 2021, with contracts exchanged in June at a land purchase price of £7.8m.
‘A key redevelopment site’
Bob Weston, chairman & managing director of Weston Homes, said: “We are delighted to have successfully exchanged on Caxton Road which is a key redevelopment site for the area.
“Having been disused for fourteen years we are excited to be able to bring the site back to full use and transform it into a new destination to live, attracting both retail and people to this North London location.”
Stephen Hollyoak, land director at Aitch Group, added: “We are pleased that Weston Homes will redevelop the Caxton Road site and bring a new community of residents and retail facilities to the disused site.
“These pockets of land, with good transport connections and local amenities, offer excellent opportunities with the new homes set to appeal to both those looking to relocate to the area and local residents.”