The Alexandra National House handbook details features in the newly-built homes on this site for tenants in Foxglove, Orchid, Lavender, Azalea and Marigold courts.
We appointed the contractor Lovell to build 67 new homes for social renting at the site of the former Alexandra National House site on Seven Sisters Road, which are being managed by Hackney Homes.
This development was funded by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). Alexandra National House was mostly made up of bedsits, while the new development includes much-needed family-sized three and four bedroom homes.
Lovell also built 42 homes for private sale at the site, and in return built another 20 homes for shared ownership and shared equity on the former site of the garages by Bridge House, off Homerton High Street.
The redevelopment of Alexandra National House (now known as Finsbury Park Place) received planning permission on 6 October, 2010; the planning application is at agenda item 17.
This site is part of the Council's borough-wide 2,760-home estate regeneration programme, which is one of London's largest schemes for building homes for social renting, shared ownership, and private sale.
- estate regeneration programme [pdf, 246.99Kb]
- Hackney regeneration estates leaseholder and freeholder options pack [pdf, 1.85Mb]