Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Stadium Development
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club were granted planning permission by Haringey Council in 2011 for the redevelopment of White Hart Lane Stadium and the surrounding land. This scheme was known as the Northumberland Park Development (NDP) scheme. Phase 1 of the NDP scheme has been completed and comprises a Sainsbury’s superstore on Northumberland Park Avenue and Lilywhite House which is home to Tottenham University Technical College and the football club’s offices. Most of the land to the north of Paxton Road has now been cleared of buildings and work is currently underway on the stadium phase of the NDP scheme.
On 16 December 2015 Haringey Council’s Planning Sub-Committee resolved to grant planning permission to Tottenham Hotspur to update their proposals for the stadium and the remainder of the site. This new permission was issued on 15th April 2016 by the Council and consented a larger stadium than that previously approved (61,000 seats rather than 56,250) and approved more flats on the wider site (579 rather than 285). Other changes approved include a new club store and museum described as ‘The Tottenham Experience’, an extreme sports centre, a 180 bedroom hotel, a community medical centre and new public square. (Some details of the various buildings granted planning permission will be submitted by Tottenham Hotspur at a later date as part of the planning process.) The Council also granted Listed Building Consent for the demolition of three locally listed buildings and works to the Grade II Listed Warmington House on the same date.
You can view the consented plans for the Stadium (Ref: HGY/2015/3000) and the details of the Listed Building Consent (Ref: HGY/2015/3001) using Haringey Council’s Online Planning services website. Details of an associated planning application at 44 White Hart Lane (which granted by the Council to allow the Club to use this site as a construction compound for a temporary period of 3 years) can also be viewed online.
Historic planning applications related to the stadium site and the surrounding area can be viewed online. The reference numbers are set out below.
Description of Development
|Demolition and comprehensive redevelopment of a stadium (Class D2) with hotel (Class C1), retail (Class A1 and/or A2 and/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. Details of "appearance" and "scale" are reserved in relation to the proposed residential and hotel buildings.|
|HGY/2010/1001||Conservation Area Consent for demolition of 734-740, 742, 744a, 752a, 752b, 752c, 754-766, 768-772, 776 and 778-788, 806a, 806b High Road, N17, Paxton Hall, Paxton Road, N17, 2-6 Northumberland Park, N17 and any other buildings and structures within the curtilage of these buildings on land bordered by Northumberland Park N17 to the North, High Road N17 to the West, Park Lane N17 to the South and Worcester Avenue 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/2010/1002||Listed Building Consent for internal and external alterations of Warmington House and part demolition to remove later additions.|
|HGY/2010/1003||Listed Building Consent for demolition of Fletcher House 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/2011/1781||Approval of details pursuant to Condition 36 (Site Investigation etc) (Phase 1 in accordance with the s106 phasing plan); Condition 37 (Ground Contamination, Soil Remediation and Disposal Strategy) (Phase 1 in accordance with the s106 phasing plan); Condition 47 (Part 2) (Pollution Prevention Strategy) (Phase 1 in accordance with the s106 phasing plan); Condition 58 (Part 1) (Risk Assessment) and (Part 2) (Site Investigation) (Phase 1 in accordance with the s106 phasing plan); attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1000.|
|HGY/2011/1782||Approval of details pursuant to Condition 1 (Entrance Porch and landscape scheme etc) attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1001 and Condition 12 (Entrance Porch and landscape scheme etc) attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1000.|
|HGY/2011/1783||Approval of details pursuant to Condition 5 (Part 1) (Implementation of a programme of Archaeological Works) attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1001 and Condition 11 (Part 1) (Implementation of a programme of Archaeological Works) attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1000.|
|HGY/2011/1784||Approval of details pursuant to Condition 3 (Building Recording and Analysis) attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1001.|
|HGY/2011/1785||Approval of details pursuant to Condition 28 (Provision of Hoardings) for Phase 1 (as per the phasing plan set out within the S.106) attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1000.|
|HGY/2011/1786||Approval of details pursuant to Condition 48 (Japanese Knotweed) attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1000.|
|HGY/2011/1787||Approval of details pursuant to Condition 47 (Part 1) (Ecological Management Strategy) for Phase 1 (as per the phasing plan set out within the S.106) attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1000.|
|HGY/2011/2200||Application for a non-material amendment following a grant of planning permission HGY/2010/1000 for insertion of a new condition to list the approved plans.|
|HGY/2012/0096||Non-material amendment following a grant of planning permission HGY/2010/1000.|
|HGY/2012/1782||Approval of Details pursuant to Condition 5 (Implementation of a programme of archaeological work) attached to planning permission HGY/2010/1001.|
Application under Section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 for a minor material amendment to Planning Permission Reference HGY/2010/1000 granted on 21 September 2011.
|Application Number||Description of Development|
|HGY/2011/2350||Proposed demolition of buildings and development of a foodstore (Use Class A1) together with educational uses (Use Class D1); stadium-related uses (Use Class D2); showroom/brand centre (sui generis); and associated facilities including car parking, the construction of new and altered vehicle and pedestrian accesses, private open spaces, landscaping and related works|
|HGY/2012/0983||Non-material amendment following a grant of planning permissions HGY/2011/2350 for minor changes to the substation in north west corner of the site to include minor alterations to the siting and size of the proposed substation.|
|HGY/2012/1379||Approval of details pursuant to condition 2 (Archaeology), condition 15 (Ground Contamination) and condition 28 (Site Investigation) attached to planning permission HGY/2011/2350.|
|HGY/2012/1210||Non - material amendments following a grant of planning permission HGY/2011/2350 to Green Wall (small section) adjacent to sub-station reduced in height by 1750mm to accommodate store signage, Green Wall (main section) moved in an eastern direction by 500mm to provide building tolerance, 27 Sheffield bike stands added against west facing elevation, Intermediate landing on Fire Stair D added and stair position amended, Additional Fire Exit door added to north elevation superstore cafe, Sheffield bike stands added outside cafe area for store usage, Elevational Position and treatment to travelator area amended and closed off, Roller shutters added to car park entrance, Taxi office removed and replaced by car pick-up point, Store sub-station relocated from car park into service yard (double doors removed from east elevation) and 3 additional parking bays added, Service yard entrance gates amended and access gate added, Service yard plant equipment and sub-station relocated, Total number of parking bays amended, Roller shutters added to the North and West facing car park entrances for security purposes, Height Restriction Bar added to the North and West facing car park entrances for security purposes. Fire Exit doors from SW corner adjacent to stair D adjusted, Revelatory position adjusted, Glazed Bay windows along north face elevation adjusted to avoid column clashes and reflect original 2010 application rhythm, Service yard plant equipment adjusted.|
|HGY/2012/1518||Approval of Details pursuant to Condition 21 (scheme for monitoring and mitigating noise and dust emissions) attached to planning permission HGY/2011/2350.|
|HGY/2012/1520||Approval of Details pursuant to Condition 17 (water supply impact study) attached to planning permission HGY/2011/2350.|
|HGY/2012/1785||Approval of Details pursuant to Conditions 12 (bicycle parking layout), 16 and 23 (both concerning site drainage) attached to planning permission HGY/2011/2350.|
|HGY/2012/1786||Approval of Details pursuant to Conditions 35 (Delivery and Servicing Plan) and 36 (Supermarket Travel Plan) attached to planning permission HGY/2011/2350.|
|HGY/2012/1682||Non - material amendment following a grant of planning permission HGY/2011/2350 for the introduction of a modest atrium space, remove windows to the south facade at podium, minor adjustment to the line of the building at upper level.|
|Application Number||Description of Development|
|HGY/2011/2351||Proposed demolition and redevelopment to provide housing (Use Class C3) college (Use Class D1) and/or health centre (Use Class D1) and/or health club (Use Class D2) together with associated private and public open space, car parking, landscaping and related works; and altered footways, roads and vehicular accesses. Outline application with details of appearance, scale and landscaping reserved for subsequent approval.|
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