Telford Homes entered into a joint venture to redevelop the site in September 2015, as part of our acquisition of the United House portfolio.  City North sits to the west of Finsbury Park underground station and runs parallel to a national rail line. 

The site was acquired with a detailed planning consent, and on behalf of the joint venture, we are developing the detailed design, constructing the scheme in its entirety and managing the sales and marketing of the residential element.

The scheme will deliver 355 homes, of which 47 affordable homes have been sold in a separate transaction to Newlon Housing Trust.  The scheme will also provide 11,781 sq.m (126,809 sq.ft) of useable commercial space which to date has been let to Cineworld, Mark & Spencer's Food Hall, Gymbox, Caffe Nero and Boulangerie Bon Matin, amongst others.

At the heart of the scheme is a new entrance to the underground station;  we have worked closely with London Underground to design and construct the required infrastructure.  The station entrance will link into a substantial new area of public realm.

Read the City North Social Return on Investment Report for more information on how our City North development is driving transformational placemaking, and maximising local economic and community benefits.

City North Social Return on Investment Report (PDF)

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City North has been carefully considered in terms of its design and construction by the Telford Homes team: the two towers are specifically designed to act as anchoring points for Finsbury Park, an area that has sometimes been considered as somewhere to transit through rather than spend time in. City North, through its powerful design statement will look to change that.

Dominic Jones, Chief Executive, Business Design Centre Group