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Planning application lodged for Spurs stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club today confirmed that the planning application for a new single tier stand at Spurs stadium as part of wider development proposals has this week been submitted to the London Borough of Haringey

The planning application includes proposals for a public square, hotel, supermarket, homes as well as a new 63 row single tier stand.

The project will be delivered on the current site and adjacent land, ending concerns about a move out of the Borough with no need for even a temporary move during construction

“This is a multi-million pound investment in the area which brings with it housing, retail, a hotel, a supermarket, expanded community services and jobs and an exceptional public square,”saidChairman of Tottenham Hotspur Football ClubDaniel Levy.

We have designed what will be a vibrant area 365 days a year and not a stadium with dead space surrounding it.We have also embraced environmental sustainability as part of the plans, delivering a 40% reduction in carbon emissions against current building regulations which will make it one of the best performing of its kind in the UK.”

The existing 36,000 capacity stadium has remained unchanged for over a decade and the Club is currently in the position of having over 70,000 registered club members and a waiting list for season tickets of more than 23,000 people.

Haringey Council will now undertake its statutory consultation process before determining the application.

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