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We will be launching the 2022 programme in mid-August

  • Plaque commemorating HRH Prince Philip opening estate, 1975
  • View of the estate
  • View of Page High showing chimney
  • Page High & gardens
  • Page High in the snow
  • View from estate looking over to new Spurs stadium
  • View looking towards Alexandra Palace
  • View looking towards the City

Page High Estate

Dry Halasz Dixon Partnership

place
4 Lymington Avenue, N22 6JQ
info_outline
Parking

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: Turnpike Lane, Wood Green
train
Nearest train: Alexandra Palace, Hornsey
directions_bus
Bus routes: 29, 67, 243, 144, W3, W4, 141, 230
Page High is a hidden jewel of post-war London social housing, a 92-home rooftop village in Wood Green. High above the hue and cry of the High Road, Page High (Good Design in Housing award, 1976) is a model for social housing today.

Events

Saturday 4th September
Tour of estate
schedule Time: 2pm to 3.30pm
group Capacity: 10
First come, first served
Tour of estate
schedule Time: 4pm to 5.30pm
group Capacity: 10
First come, first served

Design

Original design
Dry Halasz Dixon Partnership, 1975
Type
walk/tour, housing
Period
Post-war