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Stadium and other planning applications by Tottenham Hotspur

 

Initial application for new stadium sharing existing footprint (2009)

 

The initial application for a new 56,250 seat stadium and associated developments:

  • A 56,250 seat football stadium for Tottenham Hotspur FC and associated supporter facilities.
  • A new Club shop and museum and cafe.
  • A new food store and carpark.
  • New offices and teaching space for the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.
  • A 150 bedroom hotel.
  • Up to 200 residential units.

 

Reference number Site Address Applicant details Agent details Development
HGY/2009/2000

The initial application for a new 56,250 seat stadium on the existing WHL site.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Bill Nicholson Way, 748 High Road London N17 0AL London Mr Paul PhillipsTottenham Hotspur Property Company LtdHigh Road, London, N17 0AL Mr Richard SerraSavills (L&P) Ltd, City Point, 29, King Street, Leeds, LS1 2HL Demolition and comprehensive redevelopment of a stadium (Class D2) with hotel (Class C1), retail (Class A1 and or A2 or A3 and or A4 and or A5) museum (Class D1), offices (Class B1) and housing (Class C3); together with associated facilities including the construction of new and altered roads, footways, public and private open spaces, landscaping and related works

(Received: 03/11/2009; withdrawn: 20/05/2010)

HGY/2009/2001 Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Bill Nicholson Way, 748 High Road London N17 0AL London M Paul PhillipsTottenham Hotspur Property Company LtdHigh Road, London, N17 0AL Mr Richard SerraSavills (L&P) Ltd, City Point, 29, King Street, Leeds, LS1 2HL Conservation Area Consent for demolition of 734-740, 742, 744a, 746, 748, 750, 752a, 752b, 752c, 754-766, 768-772, 776, and 778-788 High Road N17, Paxton Hall, Paxton Road, London N17, 2-6 Northumberland Park, London N17 and any other buildings and structures within the curtilage of these buildings on land bordered by Northumberland Park London N17 to the north, High Road London N17 to the west, Park Lane London N17 to the south and Worcester Avenue London N17 to the east within the North Tottenham Conservation Area in conjunction with the comprehensive redevelopment of adjoining land for a stadium with hotel, retail, museum, offices and housing together with associated facilities including the construction of new and altered roads, footways, public and private open spaces, landscaping and related works
HGY/2009/2002 Warmington House, 744 High Road London N17 0AL London Mr Paul PhillipsTottenham Hotspur Property Company LtdHigh Road, London, N17 0AL Mr Richard SerraSavills (L&P) Ltd, City Point, 29, King Street, Leeds, LS1 2HL Listed Building Consent for demolition in conjunction with the comprehensive redevelopment of adjoining land for a stadium with hotel, retail, museum, offices and housing together with associated facilities including the construction of new and altered roads, footways, public and private open spaces, landscaping and related works
HGY/2009/2003 Fletcher House, 774 High Road London N17 0BX London Mr Paul PhillipsTottenham Hotspur Property Company LtdHigh Road, London, N17 0AL Mr Richard SerraSavills (L&P) Ltd, City Point, 29, King Street, Leeds, LS1 2HL Listed Building Consent for demolition in conjunction with the comprehensive redevelopment of adjoining land for a stadium with hotel, retail, museum, offices and housing together with associated facilities including the construction of new and altered roads, footways, public and private open spaces, landscaping and related works
No reference**       Listed Building Consent for alterations in conjunction with the comprehensive redevelopment of adjoining land for a stadium with hotel, retail, museum, offices and housing together with associated facilities including the construction of new and altered roads, footways, public and private open spaces, landscaping and other related works. Withdrawn – 15/02/2010
No reference**       Listed Building Consent for the making of repairs in conjunction with the comprehensive redevelopment of adjoining land for a stadium with hotel, retail, museum, offices and housing together with associated facilities including the construction of new and altered roads, footways, public and private open spaces,landscaping and other related works. Withdrawn – 15/02/2010
      **Applications withdrawn before they were validated by the Council.
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