Spurs Environmental Centre and Nature Reserve Gets the Green Light

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur announced today on the club’s official website that their application to construct an education and environmental facility has been approved by the Enfield Council.

The reserve, which will be built strictly adjacent to the Training Centre, will offer a platform for sport and nature conservation to be brought together with facilities providing hands-on education for children. The statement read:

“The THFC Environmental Centre and Nature Reserve will deliver a purpose-built education facility alongside a top-level multi-use sports pitch.”

“This will create an environment where nature conservation, recreation and sport can be brought together to provide a high-quality, hands-on learning experience for Enfield children, alongside a world class multi-use sports field for schools and Club use.”

Club Chairman Daniel Levy also revealed his excitement about the project and the opportunity for Tottenham to give something something to the supportive Enfield community. He said:

“The location of the Club’s Training Centre has provided us with an unrivalled and unique opportunity to deliver something truly outstanding for the young people of Enfield.”

“This facility represents a sustainable long-term investment into the next generation and will provide facilities for children to learn in a fun, high quality and natural environment that can remain part of the borough for years to come.”

Partnering the educational benefits this would bring, the facility will include an organic nature reserve in which children could explore wildlife, fauna and flora in it’s natural state, on a wild-flower walkway. Additionally, outdoor activities and sports will be supported and provided by the project.

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