endabob1 Registered User
#1

New stadium details as of Dec /Jan 2011

http://www.planningservices.haringey.gov.uk/portal/servlets/ApplicationSearchServlet

use the codes
HGY/2011/2350 and HGY/2011/2351and hit search

everdead.ie Registered User
#2

I wonder how long until we break ground shirt deal is up this year and now is the best time to be talking about getting a shirt and stadium sponsor when we are fighting at the very top of the league. if we can get 250m 10 year deal we will be doing very well but to be honest I wonder if we would need to be making even more than that.

DamienKilmurray Registered User
#3

It looks like the plans for a Hotel at the stadium have been shelved.


http://www.spurs.vitalfootball.co.uk/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=31223&posts=3

endabob1 Registered User
#4

A hotel in Tottenham was always a dodgy prospect, even Chelsea struggle with theirs and that's a much nicer part of town.
Not convinced flats will work at the moment either though

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DubPerryman Registered User
#7

New Stadium blueprint. Can any civil engineers translate??

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BA0zGPhCUAAR5rd.png:large

franktheplank Registered User
#8

DubPerryman said:
New Stadium blueprint. Can any civil engineers translate??

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BA0zGPhCUAAR5rd.png:large


Not a civil engineer but it sure looks purrrty

Hatch99 Hosted Moderator
#9

DubPerryman said:
New Stadium blueprint. Can any civil engineers translate??

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BA0zGPhCUAAR5rd.png:large


Any more info on it or just the sketch ?

tippspur Registered User
#10

It looks like the actual paxton road will disappear.

WHL Registered User
#11

I guess that it would have to disappear given the way that they are doing it. Those pictures on the hoardings around the stadium look to be the job. Are they not already clearing ground to the north of the stadium - there was work going on when I was over in November and I presumed that they had started

Leinstersqspur Registered User
#12

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club (THFC) has moved closer to transforming its White Hart Lane ground, as Haringey Council approved a land deal for the clubs new stadium.

The 56,250-capacity stadium is being built as part of the wider regeneration of Tottenham, North London, following a pledge by THFC and Haringey Council.

Under the deal the Council will acquire land for the development to remove the risk of owners of neighbouring properties seeking an injunction to prevent construction of the development.

The Council will then grant a 999-year lease of the land to THFC.

http://www.leisureopportunities.co.uk/detail1.cfm?pagetype=detail&subject=news&codeID=304506

Hatch99 Hosted Moderator
#13

fingers crossed mate

irishmover Registered User
#15

http://hereisthecity.com/2013/05/01/ld-white-hart-lane-redevelopment-make-or-break-time-for-spurs/?


I'm really excited about this stadium. The boardings look amazing...

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