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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - Licence To Stand

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

  1. Modric THFC

    Modric THFC Christian Ziege

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    I've heard if the worse comes to the worst with EURO 2020, the whole tournament will be held at Wembley and the new WHL.
     
  2. Wine Gum

    Wine Gum Kevin Dearden

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    England could then use The Lodge and Training Ground.
     
  3. milo

    milo Jack L. Jones

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    It seems an odd choice to hold it in the country with the worst record in Europe of dealing with Covid-19
     
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  4. Modric THFC

    Modric THFC Christian Ziege

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    Well they are 9 months out.
    Both semis and the final are meant to be in Wembley as it is.
     
  5. milo

    milo Jack L. Jones

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    How optimistic are you that we'll handle the next 9 months better than the last 7? The only thing I see in our favour is that it appears to drop off in the summer.
     
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    Daisuk Jack Jull

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    Crazy if true.

     
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    billyiddo Garth Crooks Staff Member

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    Can someone c&p the article?
     
  8. scaramanga

    scaramanga Mel Hopkins Staff Member

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    Exclusive: Tottenham Hotspur eligible for £125m stadium rebate under 'Project Big Picture' proposals

    BySam Wallace, CHIEF FOOTBALL WRITER and John Percy12 October 2020 • 2:43pm

    Tottenham Hotspur will be able to claim back around £125 million for the costs of their new stadium and Liverpool around £30 million on their newly-built Main stand under a clause in the “Project Big Picture” (PBP) proposals, backed by the current Premier League champions and Manchester United.

    Telegraph Sport has seen a new draft of the PBP proposals, authored by Liverpool and United ownerships, which includes major subsidies for clubs for improving their stadium, and also payments backdated for historical work. The PBP proposals are on their 18th rewrite and facing huge opposition from the Premier League and the clubs outside the elite since they were revealed on Sunday by Telegraph Sport.

    Under the “infrastructure funds” of the PBP document, the Premier League clubs will set aside £150 million per year from central funds for subsidising stadium improvements with what it calls “assistance payments”. Clubs will be able to apply for “assistance payments” for up to £250 million of subsidies for the “hard costs” of new stadium buildings – less costs such as land acquisition and professional fees – if they have been in the league for 12 of the last 15 years.

    A maximum of £150 million will be available for those who have been in the league for eight of the last ten years and a maximum of £100 million for those who have been in the league for the four previous years. Clubs will also be able to claim retrospectively.

    The PBP proposal says: “Any club which has an eligible project that was completed in the last ten years … and with a minimum spend of £50 million per project receives 50 per cent of the assistant payments they would be eligible to receive under this program for 15 years (eg Tottenham, Liverpool, Man [sic] City and Brighton) resulting in a total of 25 per cent of the capital improvement.”

    Spurs spent in excess of £1 billion on their new stadium, which opened at the end of the 2019-2020 season. Liverpool completed work on their Main Stand, at a cost of around £114 million, in the summer of 2016. Emirates Marketing Project extended their Etihad south stand in 2015 with a third tier, costing around £50 million. All those projects would be eligible for a 25 per cent subsidy. It appears Brighton would also be eligible for a subsidy on their Amex Stadium finished in 2011 at an estimated cost of £90 million -although that would be dependent on the PBP plan being approved in the near future.

    Liverpool are also planning further improvements to Anfield with the expansion of their Anfield Road stand at an estimated cost of £60 million. Under the PBP terms they would be able to claim back half the costs. Everton would potentially be able to claim back £250 million on their proposed new £500 million Bramley Moore dock stadium.

    The Premier League has studied the PBP proposal since it became available over the weekend and believes that if adopted it would promote a greater disparity of wealth between the top clubs and those who finish at the bottom of the league. Currently the league is the most equitable in football with a 1:1.7 ratio split of television revenue between the top club and the one that finishes last.

    The Premier League will tell its members that by season 2025-2026, when the full transition has been completed, under PBP proposals the bottom club would earn between £40 million and £50 million and the top club around £160 million. That would make the ratio between top earners and the lowest 1:4. All newly promoted clubs would be obliged to hold back £25 million per season for their first two years in the league, greatly reducing their spending power and chances of survival. The £40 million to £50 million figure represents a huge fall from the £102 million that bottom club Norwich City earned last season.
     
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  9. Daisuk

    Daisuk Jack Jull

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    Last 10 years. The Death Star was finished in 2006. :p
     
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    ricky2tricky4city Rafael Van Der Vaart

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    It's lucky for Spurs when the year ends in one.....
     
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    Finney Is Back Ian Walker

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    I don’t get how they arrive at the £125m number for us?....
     
  12. Baleforce

    Baleforce Clive Allen

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    that's what the cheese room would have cost
     
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    scaramanga Mel Hopkins Staff Member

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    Past project, so we can only apply for 50% of the £250m
     
  14. SteveAWOL

    SteveAWOL Andy Thompson

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    Sandman Young-Pyo Lee

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    interesting read. But when is the phase where we get some statues up. About time we had a Bill Nic one, Hoddle, Perryman, White, Mackay, Blanchflower, Hughton etc.
     
  16. Wine Gum

    Wine Gum Kevin Dearden

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    Whiffler Jermaine Jenas

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    It seems to have everything a 'cultural quarter' needs ... except a sheet metal works.
     
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    Gazza Michael Carrick

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    I think they should be kept internally dotted around the stadium
     
  19. MKSpur

    MKSpur Johnny Morrison

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    Once we have found a suitable company to sponsor the making of them? :D

    there was a plan to have Bill Nic with the gates, hope this hasn’t gone the way of the cheese room.

    https://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/news-archive-1/a-fitting-place-for-bill-in-new-stadium-plans/




    The famous Bill Nicholson Gates will provide a fitting home for a statue of the Club's greatest-ever manager at our planned new stadium.

    The black iron gates found at the entrance to the West Stand at White Hart Lane have been retained in exciting new plans for the Northumberland Development Project announced today and to be submitted to Haringey Council this week.

    The gates will remain in position between the two listed buildings with historic links to the Club - the former White Hart pub and the Red House - which, along with the Grade II listed Warmington House and the Dispensary, will now be refurbished and brought back to life as a pub and coffee shop.

    Further to that, the Club can reveal that the statue will be positioned in the centre of the gates thereby re-creating the iconic photograph of Bill at the gates, taking pride of place on the south west approach to the stadium.

    Daniel Levy, Chairman, commented, "This seemed an ideal way to make Bill a part of the fabric of the new stadium, continuing the memories of how much of a role he played at the current stadium and in the heritage of our Club. I think it will be a much-loved feature of the new designs and fans will enjoy walking past Bill and maybe stopping for a photograph or two."
     
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    tw12yid Peter Taylor

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    What happened to Sir Les’ that we got for him scoring the 10 000 premier league goal. Last I saw of that was on the staircase by the reception in the old lane.
     

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