Award-winning architects to move to Tottenham in three months

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International architects John McAslan + Partners are set to move into their N17 Design Studio in Tottenham in three months’ time.

The firm, which is responsible for the award-winning redevelopments of King’s Cross Station and the Camden Roundhouse, is running an apprenticeship scheme for Tottenham residents from its offices in Camden, before moving into a disused shop in High Road in the summer.

It is currently looking for an apprentice to be trained in business administration as part of a 12-month pilot project with the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London.

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