Haringey Council is seeking proposals from organisations and businesses interested in working with us and the local community to bring the iconic Grade II Listed Public Conveniences back to life.
We believe the building lends itself to providing flexible commercial space but also opportunities to offer something back to the community. We are keen to hear from creative and ambitious organisations, with a strong social mission, who have the passion, track record and entrepreneurial skills to make this happen.
The tenant will need to have proven ability to run a commercially viable business that will positively impact the community (e.g. providing employment opportunities and training for local people, hosting events associated with local creative and community groups). We encourage applications from independent businesses, ideally from the local area. This is an exciting opportunity and will complement wider improvements on Tottenham High Road and make it a more attractive place to shop, meet, and socialise.
If you have any questions about the project, or would like to get in touch, contact Adam on email@example.com
Can't we just have our toilets back?
I suspect they're fishing for a company to look after them.
"Great Cafe! with clean toilets attached" (that council don't have to pay for).
Rapidly improving around that area...despite the devastating loss of toilets
Indeed - Roller Nation is right next door https://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/how-london-embraced-rol...