Tottenham Hotspur have been granted approval from Haringey Council to start ‘phase three’ of the club’s stadium complex plan in North London.
This comes just a week after Spurs were handed permission to increase the capacity of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium from 62,303 to 62,850.
Football London reported that, on Monday night, a planning sub-committee from Haringey Council granted approval for ‘The Northumberland Terrace’, the next stage of Tottenham’s stadium development.
It is said that this stage of development will look to renovate the area behind the High Road on the north-west side of the ground.
Tottenham reportedly now own a car park and listed buildings (790-814) in this area between Lilywhite House’s offices, Sainsbury’s, and the main road.
Along with these reports, images have emerged hinting at what Daniel Levy and co have planned for the North London space as they continue to rejuvenate the local area.
This area will apparently include commercial offices, ground floor retail units, a music label, a recording studio, a public performance space, and more.
Check out the images below!
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