White hart lane development

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Stadium Development

white hart lane development

Ground Development Report @ Spurs 02/10/2016

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Directly opposite all this rebuilding and activity is Tottenham High Road west, a densely packed neighbourhood of shops, small industrial estates and the Love Lane council estate, which is in a wholly contrasting standoff. The Guardian revealed in that Spurs had been buying up fistfuls of properties in the High Road west area, including industrial units, shops even flats dotted about. Local garage and other small business owners, told they faced compulsory purchase orders CPOs if they did not relocate to make way for a new commercial and residential masterplan, assumed Spurs were planning to make further fortunes by being centrally involved in the redevelopment. But since then, and a memorandum of understanding document agreeing to develop the area together, Spurs and the council have arrived at different visions for the redevelopment. That has infuriated Spurs, who argue the council has diverged from the memorandum of understanding, which stated the club would take the lead.

The north London club are set to say farewell to White Hart Lane at the end of this season before playing all of their fixtures at Wembley next term. Work has already started on the new development, with one section of White Hart Lane's North Stand being taken down early to accelerate construction. The significant boost in matchday attendance will help the club to compete financially with the Premier League's elite clubs in a similar vein to West Ham's move to the Olympic Stadium. But while the Hammers have encountered teething problems as their fanbase adjusts to new surroundings, Allen has backed Tottenham's move to go smoothly. I don't see any problems," Allen told Standard Sport.

On opening in April , the stadium had a capacity for 62, spectators, and was designed to host football as well as NFL games. The development plans also include new homes, a room hotel, a local community health centre, the Tottenham Experience , a Spurs museum and club shop, an extreme sports facility, as well as the Lilywhite House , which contains a Sainsbury's supermarket, a sixth form college and the club's headquarters. Plans for the project were first announced in and a planning application submitted in The project however was revised several times and delayed due to objections by conservation groups and a protracted dispute over a compulsory purchase order CPO on existing businesses at the proposed development site. A revised plan was first approved in by the Haringey Council , and following further revisions, building started in September

Its capacity varied over the years; when changed to all-seater it had a capacity of 36, before demolition.
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Tottenham have released a set of stunning aerial photos demonstrating the progress made with the development of their new stadium. The new images show the considerable progress that has been made with three of the four stands. Work on the fourth stand will not get underway until next season, when White Hart Lane is likely to close for good. A final decision on whether this will actually be Spurs' last season at White Hart Lane has been delayed until April The decision will be based upon progress on the new ground. If this is the last season, the final game played there will be against Manchester United on May Spurs have been at White Hart Lane since but the comparatively small capacity of 36, has limited their financial capabilities in recent years, particularly with rivals Arsenal upgrading to their 60,seater Emirates Stadium.

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3 thoughts on “White hart lane development

  1. The new stadium at White Hart Lane is kick-starting a regeneration zone that is moving the area up the property league table.

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