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Northumberland Development Project - Capacity: 62,062

Discussion in 'Spurs News & Views' started by Jordinho, 12 Feb 2013.

  1. Jordinho

    Jordinho Steve Archibald Staff Member

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    Some interesting links/documents:

    Planning Applications
    Design and Access
    Bowl and Layout
    South Stand
    VIP Areas
    Facilities
    NFL Facilities
    Scale and External Appearance
    Facade and Technical
    Sun Hours

    This was the old plan:

    Old Planning Applications

    The site is currently occupied by a number of different uses, including the existing Tottenham Hotspurs FC football stadium, commercial and residential units, and will require extensive demolition works. The project will proceed in a number of stages, the key stages are:

    · Northern Buildings Demolition – Q3-Q4 2010
    · Northern Retail Developments – `Q1-Q4 2011 (includes junction improvements)
    · Stadium Build First Phase – Q2 2011-Q3 2013
    · North Stand Existing Stadium demolition and lay pitch – Q2-Q3 2013
    · Demolition Remainder of Existing Stand – Q2-Q3 2013
    · Complete Stadium Second Phase – Q3 2013 – Q3 2014
    · Southern Residential Development – Q3 2014 – Q3 2016


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    Joint Statement - Tottenham Hotspur Football Club And Haringey Council

    New 106 Document

    A Plan For Tottenham

    Swiss Ramble Blog on Tottenham's Finances

    Safe Standing Campaign

    News articles:

    Tottenham Hotspur stadium plan drops hotel for college and more flats

    Funding pledge helps Spurs commit to stay in Tottenham

    Tottenham close to £400m stadium sponsorship

    Spurs’ plans for a Wembley Way ‘could see homes demolished’

    Spurs in bid to drop affordable housing quota

    Architect behind the anonymous European Commission complaint calls for an urgent review of the Olympic legacy

    Tottenham Hotspur And Sainsbury's Announce New Store As Part Of New Stadium Scheme

    Wembley deal is on for Spurs

    Spurs granted right to remove final business in the way of new ground

    A new primary free school will be based in a Tottenham housing development to be built by Spurs as part of its new stadium plan.

    Mayor Praises Tottenham Transformation

    Your Club Driving Major Sport Led Regeneration In Tottenham

    Planning Application For Brook House Site

    Degree Courses Kick Off At Spurs

    New Tottenham stadium on course for construction - Spurs chase Chinese and Qatari funding in a bid to kick-start the Northumberland Development Project

    New Spurs Stadium To Kick Off Major Homes Plan For Tottenham

    Home Win

    Mayor Welcomes Report Urging Bold Action For Tottenham

    New school places and dozens of jobs included in plans for major development in Tottenham
     
  2. Jordinho

    Jordinho Steve Archibald Staff Member

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    Re: Northumberland Development Project

    A very fine post from a year ago:

     
  3. Jordinho

    Jordinho Steve Archibald Staff Member

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  4. Jimmy-g

    Jimmy-g Scott Parker

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    Great pics, thanks for that.
     
  5. NorwegianSpursFan

    NorwegianSpursFan Naybet

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    It's kinda hard to not believe it's going to happen when you put it all together like that :)
     
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  6. Robbo

    Robbo Vedran Corluka

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    Makes it all so much more real - great work putting it all in one thread like this!

    I can't help feeling a little excited and sad at the same time - the new stadium looks awesome - but it sure will be sad to see WHL flattened, despite all it's flaws. The charm of an old, run down stadium will obviously be lost, but it looks as if they model the new design (inside the new stadium) on proper, old school football stadiums, which will hopefully ensure that the atmosphere will be similar to WHL. This again obviously depends on the supporters' ability to make noise as well, but that's a whole different story.
     
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    disc0 John Gorman

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  8. Superhudd

    Superhudd Simon Davies

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    Confused why we need a new thread, can explanation be placed on thread moving to classics please. Considering the photo taking, I reckon Jimmy gonna go ape PMSL
     
  9. DHSF

    DHSF Les Ferdinand

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    Went to WHL on sat - that building being built outside WHL station - is that the sainsburys?

    Looks a bit fudgein big - I mean how much stuff can you need to fit in one roof?
     
  10. jimmyb

    jimmyb Milija Aleksic

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    It was already on one thread!

    But seeing all the pics on the same page allows for easier comparison.

    And, to be honest, there is comparatively little history in the actual bricks and mortar of most of the current WHL. Other than the Shelf side, there is no part of the stadium that was in existence before the 1980's. The two ends were erected as recently as 1994-98. And even the Shelf side was redeveloped almost beyond recognition in the late 80's.

    So when the current WHL is demolished, it'll be more the bidding farewell to the precise location (albeit only moving 100-150 yards north) that causes a lump in my throat more than the disappearance of the actual structure.
     
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    jimmyb Milija Aleksic

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    Ha!

    I didn't think we needed a new thread either. But I'm not really bothered. Whatever suits the mods.
     
  12. jimmyb

    jimmyb Milija Aleksic

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    I've no idea what's being built outside WHL station.

    The new Sainsburys is 150 metres or so directly north of the current stadium, along Northumberland Park, between the High Road and Worcester Avenue.

    And yes, it is pretty big. But don't forget that it's not just a Sainsburys. There will also be some kind of college housed there. And a "brand centre" (whatever that is) with showrooms / offices etc.
     
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    DHSF Les Ferdinand

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    Thats intresting. Like you say I thought the sainsburys was nearer to the stadium. So unsure of that building. Whatever it is - its been built very quickly.
     
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    Dr Rosenrosen Gus Poyet

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    Great new thread. Very exciting to see some tangible progress.
     
  15. Howard Webb

    Howard Webb Clive Wilson

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    Major arousal
     
  16. Superhudd

    Superhudd Simon Davies

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    The other Sainsbury's has parking for something like 400 cars, yet is smaller than this build. Did I read that the total on the roof is 400 also.
     
  17. AjaxDeSuperYids

    AjaxDeSuperYids Steven Caulker

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    is he just confusing the two? i doubt any work is happening right outside the whl train st?

    also of all the pictures isnt the best one missing......
     
  18. jimmyb

    jimmyb Milija Aleksic

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    You mean this one?

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    Robbo Vedran Corluka

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    Yes, that's what I meant! Don't blame me, I'm Norwegian! :-"

    Good points about the stadium as well, but for me, whose first visit to WHL was in 1999, this is the stadium I know and love (strangely enough). My sceptisism about modern, sanitised/corporatised stadiums, also adds a bit of weight to the fear of losing something good and replacing it with something bigger and more modern - but overall worse.

    From the photos and drawings, it looks as if it will be a proper football stadium though. So I'm optimistic. But I'll still miss WHL, even if it's practically a pretty new football ground as well!
     
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    jimmyb Milija Aleksic

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    Yeah.....I fully understand that, for some fans, WHL as it is now is all they have known and it will therefore tug at the heartstrings when it is demolished.
     

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