Council announces plans for 1,400 homes next to new Spurs stadium

Haringey council has launched a search for a long-term partner to deliver 1,400 homes next to Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium.

The new neighbourhood named High Road West will link the new White Hart Lane station with the stadium and include a park, restaurants, bars, cafés, library and learning centre and a public amphitheatre to host screenings and community events.

The leader of Haringey council, Claire Kober, said: “Today we start the search for an ambitious partner to help us deliver a new neighbourhood for Tottenham with more than 1,400 new homes and thousands of new jobs.

“Tottenham has a rich history, strong community, great transport links, a successful Premier League club and new businesses opening every week. The new homes in High Road West will improve the quality of life for Tottenham residents and give local people new opportunities to get on in life.”

Plans for the new neighbourhood follow on from the final approval for Spurs’ new £600m stadium which has been designed by Populous. Haringey will host a bidder briefing day in June 13, with final approval set for early 2017. Bilfinger GVA has advised on scheme.

In March, Haringey revealed a long list of bidders vying to become its partner on a wider £2bn development programme for the borough.

The list includes Lend Lease, Places for People, Urban & Civic, Pinnacle with Starwood Capital and Catalyst Capital, Galliford Try with Home Group, Morgan Sindall with Circle Housing and Affinity Sutton.