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Spurs reveal phased stadium construction plans

Tottenham Hotspur has revealed further details of how it intends to build a new 60,000 seat capacity adjacent to the football club's current White Hart Lane ground.

Working with a design team comprising KSS architects and structural engineer Buro Happold, Spurs intends to build the majority of the stadium, before building demolishing one section of White Hart Lane to complete the final section of the new venue within one football season.

The delivery of this scheme does require the removal of two listed buildings currently on Tottenham's High Road - Warmington House and Fletcher House - as part of the terrace between Paxton Road and Park Lane. These buildings are making way for the public spaces, not other development, which is essential to connect the Stadium with the High Road and to open up the area to the public.

The plans are now available for public viewing at White Hart Lane and open for consultation.

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