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Pinkham Way site

NLWA bought part of the Pinkham Way site from London Borough of Barnet. The other part of the site remains in London Borough of Barnet's ownership.

Assuming that the Authority can secure planning permission for suitable residual waste management facilities at the Edmonton site  it now has no immediate plans to develop the Pinkham Way site in Haringey for such use. However, Pinkham Way will remain an asset for the North London Waste Authority due to its strategic location and planning designation as an employment site. 

The site is also designated as a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) (borough grade one).

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