Noel Park

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Duckett's Manor (the future Noel Park) and the nearby village of Wood Green in 1619 - Source: Tottenham Parish Plan 1619 (by Thomas Clay)
Duckett's Manor (the future Noel Park) and the nearby village of Wood Green in 1619 - Source: Tottenham Parish Plan 1619 (by Thomas Clay)

"Noel Park in London, England, is a late-19th early 20th-century planned community consisting of 2,200 model dwellings, designed by Rowland Plumbe. It was developed in open countryside to the north of London in the valley of the River Moselle, about half-way between the historic villages of Highgate and Tottenham. It is one of four developments on the outskirts of London built by the Artizans, Labourers & General Dwellings Company (Artizans Company). From 2003 to sometime in 2009, the name was also given to a small park near the southern edge of Noel Park, formerly known, and now known again as Russell Park."

"Noel Park and Wood Green: detail of the 1619 map of the Parish of Tottenham, Middlesex (now in the London Borough of Haringey). As with most English maps of the period, south is shown at the top."