South Tottenham shown within Greater London
|Ceremonial county||Greater London|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|London Assembly||Enfield and Haringey|
South Tottenham occupies parts of the N15 and N17 postal districts. It is bordered in the south by Stamford Hill, the west by St Ann's and West Green, the north by Tottenham, and the east by the Lee Valley Reservoirs.
History and etymology
- For the history & etymology of South Tottenham see Tottenham.
Character of the area
South Tottenham once had a significant Jewish community. Over recent years cheaper housing developments have resulted in an influx of immigrants, especially from Eastern Europe, South America and Africa. It remains a culturally diverse and ever changing area, this can be seen by the businesses in the area.
It is served by South Tottenham railway station on the London Overground, and by Seven Sisters station on the London UndergroundVictoria line and National Rail's Greater Anglia train operating company.
- For details of education in South Tottenham see the London Borough of Haringey article.
- Map sources for South Tottenham
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