Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is preparing to bring forward plans for the redevelopment of 867-879 High Road.
Our plans would transform the site by delivering:
Around 300 new homes including up to 40% affordable housing – set in well-designed new green spaces and public realm.
The sensitive refurbishment and conversion of an existing Grade II listed building at 867-869 High Road.
New shared amenity space for the local community – easily accessible and situated within a beautifully landscaped environment.
Improved pedestrian and cycle access – linking the neighbouring Cannon Road development and the Club’s Goods Yard site to the south and improving access to White Hart Lane station for the local community.
We held our public exhibition for our proposals on Saturday 9th and Tuesday 12th March at the Haringey Irish Cultural & Community Centre in Tottenham. If you were unable to attend, the exhibition materials are available to download below and you can submit feedback via email or Freephone.
Working with F3 Architects and Arup as masterplanner, the Club is proposing a new development of high quality homes, including up to 40% affordable, and a new public park.
The site is currently occupied by the B&M Homestore, retail units and car park and is situated on Tottenham High Road opposite the junction with Brantwood Road. It is bounded to the north by the Cannon Road development, which the Club delivered in partnership with Newlon Housing Trust to provide 222 new homes (100% of which are affordable) and Brook House Primary School; and to the south by the Peacock Industrial Estate.
If you have any questions about our proposals, please contact us using the details below, our project team will be able to answer any questions you may have.
You can download and view the exhibition materials below:
Aerial photo of the site.
As a proud member of the Tottenham community, the Club is excited to present these proposals for consultation with local residents and businesses, as we continue to be a catalyst for positive change and regeneration in the area.
We have already delivered new homes, schools and community benefits for North Tottenham and the progress of our stadium scheme has seen over 1,600 jobs generated for local residents.